- n. Plural form of dyad.
“We performed a prospective cohort study, including 21 121 mother-child-dyads from the Danish”
“Others are termed dyads, have a valency of two, two monads being required to saturate one dyad, while one dyad can saturate another dyad.”
“Chinese citizens have always had great faith in, even reverence for, strong central leadership, a manifestation of the wu lun, or five key relationship "dyads" that constitute all ordered society.”
“The "natural hierarchy" of the "wu lun," five key relationship "dyads" that dictate human intercourse, will be maintained.”
“The contrived environment allows the opportunity to pair up the parties into "dyads" for dyadic assessments.”
“Examining interactions between states from 1816 to 2000, the authors focused on pairs of countries, or "dyads.”
“If you insist on dyads, here is a useful one: Mr. Yglesias, either you are part of the problem, or you are part of the solution, and you are part of the problem.”
“However, the real battle for our youth is at home, within the psychic dyads and triads of the parental unit. ...”
“These old ways of approaching the world—these us-versus-them dyads—are not just benign anachronisms.”
“Kids and parents flock to sexually explicit, box office hits together that would have drawn a values-line in the sand for previous generational dyads.”
Looking for tweets for dyads.