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trill

Etymology: It, trillare, to make a ringing sound
a vibratory, quavering, warbling sound, as produced by human voice, birds, insects, or musical instruments.

trill

(trĭl) [It. trillare, probably imitative]
A tremulous sound, esp. in vocal music.
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Sanjay Ubale, Managing Director, TRIL commented, "The partnership with Actis will greatly enhance TRIL's capacity to invest in large road projects that the National Highway Authority India intends developing through the PPP format.
TRIL, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Navinya Buildcon Pvt.
and its parent, Tri-Valley Corporation, which is publicly traded under the symbol TRIL.
In the United States, the Company's stock trades on the over-the-counter Bulletin Board under the symbol TRIL.