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  • 1 three times three — three cheers repeated three times * * * three times three Three cheers repeated three times • • • Main Entry: ↑three …

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  • 2 three, third —    By far the most widespread of the traditionally significant *numbers. It is a commonplace in folktales that persons and events are triplicated, the third of the set being often weighted (the third brother the best, the third ogre the fiercest …

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  • 3 Three Secrets of Fátima — Statue of Our Lady of Fátima The Three Secrets of Fátima consist of a series of visions and prophecies given by an apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary to three young Portuguese shepherds, Lúcia Santos and her cousins Jacinta and Francisco Marto …

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  • 4 Three Kingdoms — The Three Kingdoms period (zh tsp|t=三國|s=三国|p=Sānguó) is a period in the history of China, part of an era of disunity called the Six Dynasties following immediately the loss of de facto power of the Han Dynasty emperors. In a strict academic… …

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  • 5 Three Jewels — This article is about the Three Jewels , Three Treasures , Three Refuges or Triple Gem in Buddhism. For other uses, see Three Treasures (disambiguation). Translations of the Three Jewels Pali : tiratana, tisarana …

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  • 6 Three roll mill — A three roll mill is a machine tool that uses the shear force created by three horizontally positioned rolls rotating at opposite directions and different speeds relative to each other to mix, refine, disperse, or homogenize viscous materials fed …

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  • 7 Uses of torture in recent times — Torture, the infliction of severe physical or psychological pain upon an individual to extract information, a confession or as a punishment, is prohibited by international law and illegal in most countries. However, it is still used by many… …

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  • 8 Los Angeles Times bombing — Rubble of the Los Angeles Times building in 1910 Location Los Angeles, California, United Sta …

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  • 9 Romance of the Three Kingdoms — Infobox Book name = Romance of the Three Kingdoms title orig = 三國演義 image caption = An illustration of the book author = Luo Guanzhong illustrator = cover artist = country = China language = Chinese series = subject = genre = Historical novel… …

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  • 10 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race — The Sunday Times Golden Globe Race was a non stop, single handed, round the world yacht race, held in 1968 ndash;1969, and was the first round the world yacht race. The race was controversial due to the failure by most competitors to finish the… …

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  • 11 The New York Times crossword puzzle — is a daily puzzle found in The New York Times and online at the paper s website. It is also syndicated to more than 300 other newspapers and journals.[1] The puzzle is created by various freelance constructors and is edited by Will Shortz. The… …

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  • 12 One, Two, Three — This article is about the 1961 film. For the 2008 Hindi film, see One Two Three (2008 film). For other uses, see 1 2 3. One, Two, Three Theatrical release poster by Saul Bass Direct …

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  • 13 The Three Bears (Looney Tunes) — WBToonChar name =The Three Bears image caption =The Three Bears in Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears first appearance =Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears created by =Chuck Jones voiced by =Billy Bletcher, Will Ryan Bea Benaderet, Joe Alaskey Kent Rogers …

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  • 14 The Joker's Hard Times — Infobox Television episode | Title = The Joker s Hard Times Series = Batman Season = 2 Episode = 72 Airdate = January 12, 1967 (ABC) Production = 9733 Pt. 2 Writer = Teleplay by Stephen Kandel and Stanford Sherman, based on a story by Stephen… …

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  • 15 Mayday (distress signal) — Mayday is an emergency code word used internationally as a distress signal in voice procedure radio communications. It derives from the French venez m aider , meaning come help me . [ [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=mayday… …

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  • 16 triple — [trip′əl] adj. [Fr < L triplus: see TRIPLE the vt.] 1. consisting of or including three; threefold 2. done, used, said, etc. three times; repeated twice 3. three times as much, as many, as large, etc. 4. Music containing three (or a multiple… …

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  • 17 triple — I. verb (tripled; tripling) Etymology: Middle English (Scots), from Late Latin triplare, from Latin triplus, adjective Date: 14th century transitive verb 1. to make three times as great or as many 2. a. to score (a base runner) by a triple b. to… …

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  • 18 mancipatio — /maensapeysh(iy)ow/ In Roman law, a certain ceremony or formal process anciently required to be performed, to perfect the sale or conveyance of res mancipi (land, houses, slaves, horses, or cattle). The parties were present (vendor and vendee),… …

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  • 19 mancipatio — /maensapeysh(iy)ow/ In Roman law, a certain ceremony or formal process anciently required to be performed, to perfect the sale or conveyance of res mancipi (land, houses, slaves, horses, or cattle). The parties were present (vendor and vendee),… …

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  • 20 Triple — Tri ple, a. [L. triplus; tri (see {Tri }) + plus, as in duplus double: cf. F. triple. See {Double}, and cf. {Treble}.] 1. Consisting of three united; multiplied by three; threefold; as, a triple knot; a triple tie. [1913 Webster] By thy triple… …

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