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TRIGATraining, Research, Isotope, General Atomics (nuclear energy)
TRIGATraining Research and Isotope Production, General Atomics
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Washington Closure demolished the 308A Building in 2011 and is making preparations to remove the TRIGA reactor this fall.
(8) Fernando Mendez, Mario Mendez, Vasiliki Triga, "Direct Democracy in the European Union: How Comparative Federalism can Help us Understand the Interplay of Direct Democracy and European Integration", in Revista de Ciencia Politica, volume 29, No 1, 2009, pp.
Some recent activities in Central and Eastern Europe by major Western players include the acquisition of automotive refinishes importer and distributor Webolit Polska by BASF, the takeover of powder coatings distributor Polsver Lakiery Proszkowe (Poland) by DuPont, and the purchase of a stake in distributor Triga Color (Czech Republic) by SigmaKalon (now part of PPG).
We have adopted a lion Inder, white tiger Bhagat and a panther Triga. This is an attempt to save the species and thus we have adopted the animal," said Anil Verma, official, Tata Indicom.
La vieja Celestina, quien resucita en la "Segunda" Celestina, le advierte sobre el poder hechicero de la musica a Polandria para ganar su confianza: "Que te guardes del diablo, senora, y por los ojos que en la cara tienes, que no le oyes taner, ni cantar, que en mi alma, una gracia tiene en hacello, que pienso que no hay piedra iman que a si triga el acero como con su voz los corazones de las mujeres llama.
Anthracopoulos M, Karatza A, In the months of January and Liolios E, Triga M, Triantou K, February of 1978, 1991, and Priftis K.
In June it acquired Primalex, a wall paint maker in Czech Republic and Slovakia, and in November it acquired an 80% stake in Triga Color from GIMV Czech and Slovak SME Fund and company founder Lubomir Jansta.
The analysis used the TRIGA Mark II Reactor of the LENA laboratory of the University of Pavia, Italy.
A plan for the disposal of radioactive waste arising from the decommissioning and complete dismantling of the research reactor TRIGA HD II and the complete dismantling of the decommissioned and safe-state research reactor TRIGA HD I at Heidelberg in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, was given the go-ahead by the European Commission on December 10.
"Triga" refers to a team of three horses abreast, where one horse would be an "outrigger," that is, not under the yoke, but only more loosely connected to the vehicle.