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Passing information about radar tracks to other units or formations. See also track telling.
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Tellingly, the sauce halls from the latter-day Avalon of Lower Earley in downtown Reading--one of the most sacred sites for druids after Stonehenge, Avebury and the John Nike Leisure Complex in nearby Bracknell.
Struggling to get over his split with Edge of Love star Sienna Miller, the scruffy actor-turned-rockstar was spotted slumped on the pavement outside London's E+Orestaurant and - perhaps more tellingly - a bar in the Notting Hill area, before throwing his mobile phone on the ground after sending a text message.
He came a distant third in the process, and perhaps tellingly did not win the nomination of one single branch in the constituency.
Tellingly, none of the top sides have seen bans extended even when they have been rejected.
But, perhaps more tellingly, the Leicester professional has proven to himself he has the ability and self-belief to win many more tournaments.
He added: "We've seen a 150 per cent increase in sales of men's underwear this month - and tellingly the best seller has been the package enhancing Aussiebum Patriot pant.
Tellingly, there has been little off-shoring of jobs in the sector, rather food businesses downsize or go under--just 5% of these losses involved jobs transferred overseas.
The potent ``Morris Brown,'' tellingly one of the disc's few Big/Dre collabs, is going to be heard on the streets for months to come.
Most tellingly, they found that immature cells did not mature into myelinmaking oligodendrocyte cells in areas where hyaluronan was present.
Tellingly, the McKenzie brothers were designed by Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas to spoof broadcasting regulations requiring quotas of identifiably Canadian content.
In a passage that is tellingly applicable even to today's realities, the author states: "By moving such phenomena as poverty and joblessness, racial violence, and legal injustices firmly into the scope of appropriate subject material, and by reconfiguring the notion of an artist's relationship to his or her audience, social realism gave rise to new ideologies regarding the kind of cultural work that visual art and literature could (and should) perform" (5).
More tellingly, the phthalate exposure results in focal testicular dysgenesis (Barlow et al.