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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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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.
TETRA will make an investment in Chemtura's bromine operations and will acquire its bromine requirements from Chemtura's Arkansas bromine facilities.
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.
TETRA Today is proud to become the exclusive media partner of TETRA Town at IWCE 2015, and will be present in Booth# 1868 to discuss with you this diverse and reliable technology.
IWCE will cover TETRA in the conference in several sessions including " TETRA Case Studies," " Analog to Digital Communications: Defining RF and IT," " A Communications Strategy that Makes Sense for Critical Infrastructure," and even a session in Spanish, " Estudios de Caso: TETRA, LTE y P25.
The Tetra Group has performed projects for such clients as the Rice Joint Center for Mobility and Research in Houston; the New York State Department of Transportation; the cities of Galveston and Dallas, Texas; the Florida Department of Transportation.
federal, state, and local governmental contracts account for about 45 percent of Tetra Tech's sales, which were $730.
That group will now be known as TETRA Europe, Nottingham, and will be fully committed to the technical and engineering support of TETRA Europe in the application of the proprietary processes.
TETRAPOL systems can inter-work with TETRA systems and have an excellent record of non-interference with vehicle and other electronic systems allowing it to happily co-exist with existing PMR/PAMR technologies.
The Tetras had an ace in the hole: ``Too Many Creeps,'' a funky, guitar-driven original that fit perfectly next to something danceable by the B-52's or Blondie, for example.