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TAC

abbreviation for Total Allowable Catch (see FISHERIES POLICY).
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The TAC is a key advisory body to the Government on broad issues of transport policy and major transport-related proposals.
Caption: (L-R) Signing the TAC agreement are Don Barclay and Samantha Waytowich from CSCT and Peter Portlock and Sam DiGiandominico from TAC.
Salmon: After decreases in recent years in the TAC for salmon in the main basin of the Baltic Sea, the Commission is now proposing to maintain the 2013 TAC in 2014.
Salmon: status quo at 15,419 tonnes (Commission's proposal) for salmon caught in subdivision 32 and 11% reduction, or a TAC of 108,762 tonnes (compared with 122,553 tonnes in 2012) for salmon caught in Zone IIIbcd, apart from subdivision 32 (22-31)
TAC cannot afford to run out of any of the petroleum products they carry or have inaccuracies during custody transfer.
It is the combination of the TAC and local transportation operating funds that is used to ship cargo.
After stabilization of the torque values, the peroxide masterbatch was added and the TAC co-crosslinking agent was added in its respective application form.
Another justification for forming the fighting TAC is the fact that our area of operations (AO) covers more than 80 square kilometers, and we have rifle companies established in outlying forward operating bases (FOBs).
Securing this contract takes TAC to the next level of providing Open Systems for Building IT to the federal government, and has ensured our position as one of the major players in the federal arena," Meyer added.
On appeal, a Wisconsin circuit court reversed the TAC and held that the MSBT was deductible for years prior to the 1994 legislative change (Wisconsin Circuit Court for Dane County, Branch 6, No.
So in arriving at TAC, Marisa entered a world of its own, one with particular rhythms and urgencies.
Whereas the TAC I has a dynamic range of quantification from 5 to 60 [micro]g/L, the TAC II assay has a range from 1 to 30 [micro]g/L, better corresponding to the therapeutic range of tacrolimus (5-15 [micro]g/L) [3].