trier

(redirected from Tria)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms, Encyclopedia.

trier

a meat inspector who inspects the viscera in an uneviscerated chicken carcass through a small incision in the abdominal wall. The prime target is the liver and if this appears to be unaffected by disease the carcass is passed. Called also abdominal trier.
References in periodicals archive ?
It was hypothesized that foliar-applied TRIA at different growth stages (vegetative, flowering and vegetative + flowering stages) could improve the salinity tolerance in sunflower plants.
TRIA stabilized the insurance market by encouraging the industry to cover costly terrorism acts knowing the federal government would share a portion of the loss.
Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle have consistently voiced strong support for maintaining the TRIA program, as we saw from the overwhelming vote totals," says Charles M.
As such, it is absolutely critical that Congress reauthorize TRIA for as long as possible, with as few changes as possible.
22, 2005 A new two-year TRIA extension is passed just days before it expires.
chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, suggested that he might pursue a four-month extension of TRIA to allow both chambers time in early 2008 to fully consider the parameters for the program's extension.
The current TRIA program is set to expire at the end of the year.
TRIA does not require anyone to undertake any prevention or mitigation investments.
Treasury and industry participants have made significant progress in implementing TRIA during its first year, but Treasury has important work to complete in order to comply with its responsibilities under the act.
Terrorism coverage offered under TRIA must be in amounts and have terms and conditions that do not differ materially from buyers' other policies.
in addition, one of the key provisions of TRIA, which mandates that insurance companies "make available" terrorism insurance on the same terms and conditions as property and casualty insurance, expires at the end of 2004.
But Tria is confronted with adventures almost immediately, and must deal at once with a spiteful, nasty roommate who has a strange tendency to turn into a black panther when she is upset, other students who also have strange and unusual gifts, and professors who are not what they seem.