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tetra

– Greek root, four

tetra

four

tetra

any one of a number of brightly colored tropical fish in the family Characinidae, much favored for home aquariums. Includes neon tetra (Hyphessobrycon innesi).
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Simultaneous with the increase in bromine supply from the Chemtura agreements, TETRA is expanding its brominated CBF plant at West Memphis, Arkansas.
Clearly, the reduced capital commitment, mitigation of risks and acceleration of the project are important plusses for TETRA," concluded Hertel.
TETRA is an oil and gas services company, including an integrated calcium chloride and brominated products manufacturing operation that supplies feedstocks to energy markets, as well as other markets.
Not only is the Tetra Prisma container more convenient for consumers, it is also very environmentally friendly.
According to Thief Charles Bieler, the Tetra Prisma package was the perfect opportunity for Three Thieves to be a leader in the wine industry by providing their customers with a new and exciting way to enjoy their wine.
The Three Thieves Bandit Cabernet and Pinot Grigio are available now in the 250 ml 4-pack Tetra Prisma package for less than $10 per 4-pack in select locations throughout the U.
The Target Wine Cube Cabernet Sauvignon Shiraz, Merlot, Pinot Grigio, and Chardonnay in the single-serve 4-pack Tetra Prisma package are available at Target stores nationwide for $7.
Tetra Pak has a wide variety of packages available for wineries.
The Bush Tetras were charter members of New York's punk underground, along with the Ramones, Television, Johnny Thunders, the Contortions and Blondie.
The Tetras reunion has its roots in a benefit gig the group played last year for Franklin Furnace, a performance space in New York's Tribeca where Laurie Anderson and others got their start.
The facts Who: Bush Tetras, with Stone Fox and Death Ride 69.
Photo: Appearing tonight at Spaceland in Silver Lake are ne w-wave pioneers the Bush Tetras, with Pat Place, left, Laura Kennedy, Cynthia Sley and Dee Pop.