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titanis

(taɪˈteɪnɪs)
n
a large predatory flightless prehistoric bird which lived around two million years ago
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Music Metal Thursday Mockingbird, Faces of Bayon, Titanis, 9 p.m.
Effects of parasites on foraging and defense behavior of a termitophagous ant, Pheidole titanis Wheeler (Hymenoptera:Formicidae).
7:45 REFINED MORPHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF TITANIS WALLERI USING BUCKLING AND TORSIONAL ANALYSIS**, Carl Garofalo*, Robert M.
Titanis works with small and midsize companies in the oil, gas and related industries to provide them business software and telephony products.
Downtime costs money, so Titanis protects its data center and telephony equipment with uninterruptible power systems (UPS) from HE The UPS protect computer equipment and critical data against damage due to inconsistent and fluctuating power.
Titanis has several tower and rackmount HP UPS on site protecting switch, telephony and server equipment.
Titanis' customers are about as demanding as the weather.
"We can give our customers a 100% IP telephony solution," remarks Harold Price, president of Titanis.
Managing the entire data center, from connectivity to monitoring, Titanis provides IT services for its clients with a more cost-effective approach than if those same customers had to source the equipment, related products and know-how for themselves.
Tandem eius crebro invocans suffragium, qui ex navicula piscatoria ad se venientem periclitantemque Petrum manu sustulit, nunc dextrorsum, nunc sinistrorsum deiectum lembum, quibus poteram viribus regens, eo usque fere naufragus deductus sum, ut ex alto cernerem non aliter quam si dirutis ferreis Ditis muris, disiectis vinculis, Titanis antiqui immanem adventare prolem.
Tim Chowns, presiding 7.45 REFINED MORPHOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF TITANIS WALLERI USING BUCKLING AND TORSIONAL ANALYSIS**, Carl Garofalo*, Robert M.