Tetragon


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Tetragon

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

Tetragon is an alternate, though rarely used, term for square, an aspect of 90°.

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Pursuant to the company's Optional Stock Dividend Plan, shareholders may elect to receive dividends in the form of Tetragon shares by making a dividend share election, up to 14 August 2019.
BentallGreenOak remains a key strategic investment of TFG Asset Management, Tetragon's diversified alternative asset management business that owns majority and minority private equity stakes in asset management companies.
The third side linked the Pterion to the Asterion, and the forth side linked the Asterion to the point Lambda thus forming a "tridimensional tetragon".
Let P [subset] [R.sup.2] be the tetragon defined by the vertices [p.sub.1] = (4, -1), [p.sub.2] = (1, 1), [p.sub.3] = (-1, 3), and [p.sub.4] = (-1, -1).
Guernsey closed-ended investment company TFG's Tetragon Financial Group Master Fund Ltd.
(i) If the minimum matching error point is tetragon, calculate match error of five black points in new window as shown in Figure 2(b) and find the minimum matching error point.
In terms of Figure 1, the value of the risky debt issue [D.sub.0] is proportional to the area of the hexagon 0[bar.S]GCBA, and shareholder value [S.sub.0] is proportional to the area of CGHJ, so [V.sub.0] is proportional to the area of 0[bar.S]HJCBA, and the deadweight loss R0 is represented by the sum of the lightly and heavily shaded areas (the tetragon ABCD).
We lost two towers, the Pentagon became a tetragon and New Orleans sank.
For airspace analysis and distribution, the method can be also applied and is based on the unified amount of the flights and discretion of airspace using hexagon and tetragon grids (Klein 2005); the total number of flight messages in each cell of the grid is evaluated.
The proportional result (%) expresses the positive or negative position of the result on the graphic tool (tetragon).
Jones created a reconstruction of Stonehenge, which had little relation to the existing ruins of Stonehenge, with four equilateral triangles within a circle, these overlaying equilateral triangles that formed a four-sided tetragon and the six 'columns' in the centre that formed a hexagon (see Figure 1).
After the reaction had proceeded for 10 h, the caves presented diversified shapes such as quasi trigon, tetragon, and so on (Fig.