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T.h.i.
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T.h.i.: Number that represents an estimate of the effect of temperature and humidity on humans relative to heat real temperature and humidity of air sample relative to a
Ta
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Ta: To take. [Obs. or Scot.] Cursor Mundi. Used by Chaucer to represent a peculiarity of the Northern dialect.
TA-25
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TA-25: Tel Aviv 25, Maof, capitalization-weighted index of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange that lists the largest stocks traded on the TASE
Ta-da
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Ta-da: Expression used to present a certain accomplishment or surprise (repeating the musical notes formally used for a short introductory flourish played by trumpets)
Taa
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Taa: One of the two main Australian domestic airlines (between 1946 when it started until its sale to Qantas in 1992)
Taal
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Taal: Language of South Africa related to Dutch and Flemish, Afrikaans lake the Philippines active volcano in the Philippines family name
Taas
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Taas: A heap. See Tas. [Obs.] Chaucer.
Tab
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The flap or latchet of a shoe fastened with a string or a buckle. A tag. See Tag, A loop for pulling or lifting something. A border of lace or other material, worn on t
Tab delimited
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Tab delimited: File in which lists of information are separated by tabs
Tab key
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Tab key: Key used to advance the cursor a specified distance or to the next tab stop
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