Tic

A tic is a sudden, repetitive, nonrhythmic motor movement or vocalization involving discrete muscle groups. Tics can be invisible to the observer, such as abdominal tensing or toe crunching. Common motor and phonic tics are, respectively, eye blinking and throat clearing. Tics must be distinguished from movements of other movement disorders such a...
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Tycho Input Catalog, a predecessor of the Hipparcos Input Catalog
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• (n.) A local and habitual convulsive motion of certain muscles; especially, such a motion of some of the muscles of the face; twitching; velication; -- called also spasmodic tic.
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<clinical sign> An involuntary compulsive, repetitive, stereotyped movement, resembling a purposeful movement because it is coordinated and involves muscles in their normal synergistic relationships, tics usually involve the face and shoulders. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(Aviation abbreviations:) turbine impingement cooling
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(In SMS-language:) tongue in cheek
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(Texas Insurance Council)
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(tik) (Fr. tēk) an involuntary, compulsive, rapid, repetitive, stereotyped movement or vocalization, experienced as irresistible although it can be suppressed for some length of time; occurrence is increased by stress and reduced during sleep or engrossing activities. Tics may be caused by ps...
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noun a local and habitual twitching especially in the face
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Tic noun [ French] (Medicine) A local and habitual convulsive motion of certain muscles; especially, such a motion of some of the muscles of the face; twitching; velication; -- called also spasmodic tic . Dunglison. Tic douloureux [ French, from tic a knack, a twitch...
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A minor mannerism ? verbal, visual or otherwise ? which is uniquely assigned to a particular character as a means of identifying him
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A tic is an habitual, local spasmodic contraction of muscles or twitch, often in the face.
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acronym: total inorganic carbon
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an involuntary compulsive, repetitive, stereotyped movement, resembling a purposeful movement because it is coordinated and involves muscles in their normal synergistic relationships; tics usually involve the face and shoulders.
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an involuntary, repetitive movement such as a twitch
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An involuntary, sudden, rapid, recurrent, nonrhythmic, stereotyped motor movement or vocalization.
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Condition in which a part of the body moves repeatedly, quickly, suddenly and uncontrollably. Tics can occur in any body part, such as the face, shoulders, hands or legs.
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sudden rapid, recurring contraction in a muscle or group of muscles, occurring more often in the upper parts of the body. The tic, which may be motor ... [2 related articles]
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Taken Into Consideration
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Taken into Consideration
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Thermal Imaging Camera
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Tic: A repetitive movement that is difficult, if not impossible, to control. Tics can affect any group of muscles. The most common are facial tics, such as eye- blinking, nose-twitching, or grimacing. Tics that affect the muscles used to produce speech are known as vocal tics, and can range from grunts or whistles to the repetition of complete word...
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tic: see spasm.
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TiC

Titanium Carbide Molar mass: 59.8777
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Token Ring interface coupler. Controller through which an FEP connects to a Token Ring.
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