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- n. trimethylindium, the most preferred metallorganic source of Indium used in MOCVD of compound semiconductors for opto-electronics applications.
- n. Too much information, an expression indicating that someone has divulged too much personal information and made the listener/viewer uncomfortable.
- n. transmarginal inhibition, an organism’s response to overwhelming stimuli.
- n. Temperature, Magenta/Green levels, and Intensity
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Denton, now 79 and retired from the NRC, says he had official backing to speak candidly to the public about the disaster at Three Mile Island, ((which he refers to TMI)).
The expression TMI (too much information) comes to mind when reading what the 32-year-old singer had to say about his ...
The expression TMI (too much information) comes to mind when reading what the 32-year-old singer had to say about his ... tmz. com 3 days ago - Filed under: John Mayer John Mayer apologized a second time last night for his controversial Playboy comments -- this time to his band ... some of whom are African American.
The expression TMI (too much information) could've been hatched expressly for this movie.
How can we find them amidst the clangor and the clutter of 'TMI' -- too much information?
The second column was similarly on the subject of privacy concerns, raised by spilling "TMI" -- too much information -- from the databases behind web sites.
My column denounced, deplored, and decried this spillage of "TMI" -- too much information -- from the databases behind the YouTube web site.
Her comments about her "stinky, snorey" husband in the marital bed triggered collective shouts of "TMI" - too much information.
The new comedy from Universal is called TMI, in which Reynolds and Faris are eyeing starring roles.
They will readily begin to take advantage of such moments and sometimes even give you what the kids call TMI too much information.
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