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TABULAE

Lat. In Roman law. Tables. Writings of any kind used as evidences of a transaction. Brissonius.

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TABULAR

A term referring to anything that is derived from or having to do with tables.

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TABULAR PLAN

A rating plan deriving a formula for rating from various tables.

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TABULARIUS

Lat A notary, or ta- bellio. Calvin.

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TAC, TAK

In old records. A kind of customary payment by a tenant. Cowell.

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TACACS

Terminal Access Controller Access control System. Security protocoling authenticating and identifying computer identities. Developed by Cisco Systems as an alternate to RADIUS.

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TACIT

Silent; not expressed; implied or inferred; manifested by the refraining from contradiction or objection; inferred from the situation and circumstances, in the absence of express matter. Thus, tacit consent is consent inferred from the fact that the party kept silence when he had an opportunity to forbid or refuse.

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TACIT ACCEPTANCE

an act by the heir to an estate that shows that he intends to accept his inheritance.

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TACIT COLLUSION

The circumstances of 2 companies agreeing upon a strategy that is not put in writing .

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TACIT KNOWLEDGE

Unspoken, unwritten and hidden store of knowledge held by every human being that is based on experiences, emotions, intuitions, insights and observations.

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TACIT LAW

the term that is given to a law that is accepted by the consent of the people rather than a government body.

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TACIT UNDERSTANDING

a term for the unstated and implied understanding without it being committed to writing.

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TACITE

Lat Silently; impliedly; tacitly.

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TACITURNITY

In Scotch law, this signifies laches in not prosecuting a legal claim, or in acquiescing in an adverse one. Mozley & Whitley.

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TACK, n

In Scotch law. A term corresponding to the English "lease," and denoting the same species of contract.

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TACK, v

To annex some junior lien to a first lien, thereby acquiring priority over an intermediate one. See TACKING.

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TACKING

The uniting securities given at different times, so as to prevent any inter- mediate purchaser from claiming a title to redeem or otherwise discharge one lien, which is jjrior, without redeeming or discharging tlie other liens also, which are subsequent to nis own title. 1 Story, Eq. Jur.

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TACKSMAN

In Scotch law. A tenant or lessee; oue to whom a tack is granted. 1 Forb. Inst. pt. 2, p. 153.

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TACTICAL

Pertaining or involving ends, actions or means that are short term or immediate in duration and of lees importance than strategy.

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TACTICAL PLAN

Steps and tactics required to achieve goals defined in the strategic plan.

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