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TRIGTrigonometry
TRIGTrigger
TRIGTriglycerides
TRIGTenancy Reform Industry Group (agriculture)
TRIGTourism Review and Implementation Group (UK)
TRIGTidewater Real Estate Investor Group
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Chair Helen Mahy said: "The board of TRIG is delighted to make the company's second investment in offshore wind in this important market.
The trigs are a shortened word for triangulation points.
Caption: NateWeitz (left) and Trig Solberg of Trig's/TA.
As a result of this investment, TRIG's construction exposure now stands at 7% of its portfolio value.
Today National Trust countryside manager Neil Harris said that fundraising will be required to restore the trig point to it's former glory.
As they were largely made of cast concrete, it was suggested most trig points should be removed.
This procedure was done for both DEET and TRIG in different days, at 60-minute intervals (0, 1, 3, 4, and 5 hrs).
These days, people "bag" trigs by walking to them and ticking them off a list of more than 6000 existing pillars.
"We're always in search of fresh, unique products," said Trig Modern owner Bob Drake.
The TRIG coal gasification technology installed at the plant was jointly developed by Southern Company, KBR and the U.S.
For example, there is the Trig TT31, BendixKing 74 and Avidyne AXP340 1090ES ADSB transponders.
Summary: Trig Entertainment, Trig Social MediaEe's subsidiary handling all operative matters, has initiated the process