Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Consisting of three each; threefold.
“Sea:/Listen .../hi (s e) ternal ... thunder — everlastingly.”
“I.ternal campus documents released this week show Giannoulias 'adviser Endy Zemenides sent information about the student to U. of I. Provost Linda Katehi in February 2008.”
“Under Stanford's current policy, students who fail a class receive an NC, for "" no credit, '' which appears only on in-ternal records, not on the students 'official transcripts.”
“But recently, Kevin I. Fromer, assistant secretary for legislative affairs, wrote in a letter to Congress that "the Treasury Department and the I.ternal Revenue Service have determined that any further change to the required minimum distribution rules should not be undertaken.”
“(According to the 9/11 Commission Report published last month, an in-ternal agency analysis was titled "Khalid Shaykh Mohammed's Threat Reporting -- Precious Truths Surrounded by a Bodyguard of Lies.")”
“I must shut … down to run in … ternal diagnos … tics.”
“The economy is less dependent on ex - ternal factors such as the rand, and is more internally driven.”
“Mr. Bradley, maintain in-ternal temperature at the lowest tolerable level.”
“This was ex - ternal magic only; he remained just as solid as always, despite the change in appearance.”
“Academic study of China in the West during the twentieth century has mainly been characterized by greater attention to command of the language, to in - ternal developments, and to case studies of village life, social classes, bureaucracy, and the effects of moderni - zation and Westernization.”
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