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Tellus

(tĕl`əs), in Roman religion, earth goddess; also called Terra Mater. As a goddess of fertility, she was worshiped at festivals held in January (in conjunction with Ceres) and in April. Tellus was identified with the Greek Gaea.

Tellus

(tell -ŭs) Latin name for the Earth.
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3 On 16 October Tellus Petroleum AS (TP ), a wholly owned subsidiary of TPI, entered into an agreement with Total E&P Norge AS (Total ), pursuant to which the latter will agree, subject to the satisfaction of the conditions contained therein, to sell a 15% of ownership interests in production licences of Gina Krog (theGina Krog SPA ) against a total consideration (including latest project operator cost estimates for Total's share in 2015) of circa Norwegian Kroner 1.
The fourth phase of Tellus is under way across eastern Ireland where the survey over Offaly, Kildare, Meath, Dublin and northern parts of Wicklow and Laois is almost 60% complete.
Before New Mind | tellUs launched the first site in 2012, Outer Hebrides Tourism had around 80 members, but six months after the site went live, the membership had increased to 250.
Nagy and his team, including three other members, started developing Tellus in March 2012.
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Previously sold in Japan and Europe, Tellus EE is now available globally and reportedly meets the requirements of Arburg, Engel, Husky, and Krauss Maffei, among others.
The Tellus survey, by government agency Ofsted, involved 150,000 children, aged 10 to 15, who took part.
A recent study published by the Tellus Institute in Boston raises a point that New Hampshire policymakers and others should think about, whether or not they agree with the conclusion.
That statement gave the impetus for the Water Economics Project, the work and results of which is described in this volume edited by Fisher (emeritus, microeconomics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Huber-Lee (Stockholm Environment Institute, Tellus Institute, Sweden).
Owner Wayne Whitehouse said: "Su would be the first to tellus if standards were slipping.
The Shell hydraulic range includes Tellus, Irus, Tellina and Naturelle.