Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Requiring three men for its use or performance.
“And, according to Hartney, the lieutenant told him, referring to the three-man plan, Go to it!”
“The Muir," Mr. Morris's three-woman and three-man dance to eight Scottish and Irish folk songs arranged by Beethoven, makes for the least easy audience-performer relationship.”
“The three-man point guard rotation of Jairus Simms, David Singleton and Tehran Cox returns as well, and forward Corey Law, who matured into a consistent player by February, is back for his sophomore season.”
“Using his musical acumen, Will transforms the three-man garage band of Charlotte, Bug (Charlie Saxton), and Omar (Tim Jo) into a title contender for Bandslam, a national band competition, by adding elements from around the school such as a pianist (Lisa Chung), cellist (Elvy Yost), and horn section.”
“Watch out for G Rodney McGruder, a potentially dangerous three-man if he improves defensively.”
“But if Browder beats out one of them, it'll mean that the Cowboys have a formidable three-man rotation at the position.”
“But going into 2009, the Steelers definitely need to get younger on their defensive line, and Merling is a good fit for their three-man front and a guy who could spell and ultimately replace DEs Aaron Smith and/or Brett Keisel.”
“If NFLN also signed Brett Favre for a three-man booth with its late-season eight-game schedule, Madden might be tempted.”
“Here are candidates, who'd work with play-by-play announcer Bob Papa, for what could be a two - or three-man booth:”
“•Dick Vermeil/Marshall Faulk: They've been in three-man NFLN booths when Collinsworth had scheduling conflicts.”
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