tac as a percentage of total ad revenue rose from 24 percent in the third quarter of 2011 to 26 percent in the current quarter.
Cadet Powers was dared to come out and lasso a stray "tac," whose blue-uniformed figure was visible out on the parade ground.
He was of equestrian rank; cf. the speech of Seneca the younger, tac.
Lieutenant Allen, the "tac" in command, had sprung up from his bed at the very first cry.
Lieutenant Ross was the name of tac in command, and he was noted for being a crank.
This tone also renders it impossible to identify him with Curtius Rufus, mentioned in tac.
Another "tac," Lieutenant Ross, had joined him at this moment.
They crept up the company street, laughing and talking in whispers, for fear they should arouse the tac.
The last closing ceremony of a West Point day in camp is the watchful "tac's" inspection.
tac′iturnist, one habitually taciturn; taciturn′ity, habitual silence: reserve in speaking.