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TCM

(1) (Trellis-Coded Modulation/Viterbi Decoding) A technique that adds forward error correction to a modulation scheme by adding an additional bit to each baud. TCM is used with QAM modulation, for example.

(2) (Total Cost Management) An umbrella term for managing an organization's expenditures. See supply chain management and e-sourcing.

(3) (Thermal Conduction Module) An IBM circuit packaging technique that seals chips, boards and components into a module that serves as a heat sink. TCMs are mostly water cooled, although some are air cooled.
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A wide selection of grips and fixtures is available keeping the TCM Series force testing solution flexible for use in any industry.
The combo pack comes with two barrels and recoil springs, one each for 9mm and .22 TCM. The barrels are 4.25-inches long and the caliber is marked on the barrel hood.
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Table-4: Sources of recommendations for TCMs and other issues associated with TCM use (n=179).
Prior to this date, practitioners of TCM in Nevada and all states, had to practice in the "grey areas" without licensure.
'We, therefore, decided to switch TCM to TNT to fully reflect the new brand identity and perspective in line with our American blockbuster programming strategy.'
Due to the limited knowledge and experiences previously, patients have no cure in WM and have to seek help from TCM as a last resort.
Despite having been practiced for thousands of years, research into TCM can present some modern challenges.
Wee said the move would ease the burden of health services in the country with the establishment of Hospital UTAR in 2021 and attract more tourists seeking TCM to the country.
TCM approaches commonly used for OA include nutritional supplements (such as avocado-soybean unsaponifiables, green-lipped mussels, vitamins, dimethyl sulfoxide, and methylsulphonylmethane), herbal medicine (such as devil's claw, ginger, phytodolor, and willow bark), homeopathy, acupuncture, mind-body therapy, manipulative therapy, leech therapy, electromagnets, and movement therapy.
Most people are familiar with acupuncture, but there's far more to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) than the needles.
- Amsterdam, The Netherlands-based digital solutions provider Elsevier is working with Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) to create a new taxonomy for traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) in the biomedical literature database, Embase, the company said.