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Latin, meaning: three times, thrice.
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See Total Expense Ratio.
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Thermal Eclipse Reading [Sony]
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Ter is a prefix or suffix designating the third instance of a thing, thus following bis and preceding quater. Ter can also refer to: TER can refer to the following: ...
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The Ter is a river in Catalonia (northeastern of the Iberian Peninsula) that rises in Ulldeter at an approximate altitude of 2400 meters, at the foot of a glacial cirque delimited by the nearby peaks of el Bastiments, el Gra de Fajol, or el Pic de la Dona. It runs through the comarques of Ripollès, Osona, Selva, Gironès, and Baix
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Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for transitional endoplasmic reticulum.
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Triple Ejector Rack
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Technology Equipment Room
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Ter was a former département of the First French Empire in present day Spain, named after the Ter river. It was created on 26 January 1812 on Catalonia`s annexation by the French Empire. Its subprefectures were Vic and Figueres. Its prefecture was Girona and had only one holder, Prudence-Guillaume de Roujoux, from February 181
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