TIA - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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thanks in advance
An expression of gratitude said to someone in written communication, especially email, when one has asked them to do something, answer a question, or provide some information. Please let me know as soon as you have confirmation from the board. Thanks in advance.
Thanks in advance and TIA
phr. & comp. abb. an expression of gratitude given in advance of the hoped-for receipt of an answer to a question. I hope you can help me. TIA. Bob.
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On average, patients were 71 years old at the time of TIA
and 41% of the patients were male.
Risk factors include hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes, obesity, smoking history, age, sedentary lifestyle and a prior history of TIA
The prevalence of self-reported TIA
increased from 0.
That's an incredibly high risk, and a TIA
deserves immediate attention to try to abort a stroke," she says.
A key component of the TIA
project is focused on developing "data-mining" tools to sort through the massive amounts of information to find suspicious patterns and associations.