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TAC

abbreviation for Total Allowable Catch (see FISHERIES POLICY).
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In the present study, we tested the effects of beta and gamma tACS on repetitive finger tapping.
(15.) These C2 tasks were listed in AFTTP 3-1, TACS, until the last edition of 30 September 2009.
Hsu and Elaine Fuchs went a step further to identify the signal sent out by the TACs. They pinpointed a cell-division promoting protein called Sonic Hedgehog, which plays a role in the embryonic development of the brain, eyes and limbs.
TACs that concern jointly managed fisheries are the subject of ongoing negotiations, and will be decided at a later stage.
I went from Trebor Extra Strong Mints to Polos and ended up with Tic Tacs."
Before TMO accepts the item for shipment, they are supposed to receive a line of accounting (LOA) or transportation account code (TAC) which is an account number where the shipment costs eventually get charged.
The first authentication system that issues multiple types of credentials from a single infrastructure, the TriCipher Armored Credential System (TACS) allows for authentication strength to change in response to new threats without any infrastructure changes.
To take the TACS, patients sat in a quiet room with a tape recorder, headphones, and a response booklet.
Herring: For the Western herring stock, after increases in the TAC for two years in a row, scientists are advising the Commission to reduce the TAC to remain within limits that can ensure MSY.
For turbot, these TACs are shared by Bulgaria and Romania in equal shares (37 tonnes), and for sprat, in national quotas of 70% (or 8,032.5 tonnes) for Bulgaria and 30% (or 3,442.5 tonnes) for Romania.