- v. Simple past tense and past participle of triangulate.
“For example, it has been proven that there is no general means of proving whether or not a pair of 'triangulated' 4-dimensional manifolds are homeomorphic (topologically identical).”
“Sistah Souljah was the rapper and writer against whom Bill Clinton "triangulated" so successfully in 1992.”
“Time-worn resentment toward the Clintons about the way they "triangulated" between the two political parties for their own gain is one of the things that kept many of Hillary's colleagues in the Senate from endorsing her for president.”
“One of the reasons the left hated Bush is because he "triangulated" on domestic policy, just as Clinton did.”
“AND - part 3: You "triangulated" with Republican demands FOR Medicare cuts then, Mr. Morris, in order to get Clinton re-elected -- AGAINST Dems aiming to protect Medicare from cuts -- but now?”
“Clinton, who famously "triangulated" toward the center after the Democrats' 1994”
“He said that during the bidding process for the 2012 Olympics a vote was only considered secure if it had been ''triangulated'' - confirmed by three different people - although 2018”
“Democratic Congressional leaders acutely remember being cut out of the action when Mr. Clinton "triangulated" with Republicans in the 1990s, and”
“And President Bill Clinton "triangulated" after his party suffered deep midterm loses in 1994, reaching out and co-opting some initiatives long favored by Republicans, including welfare overhaul.”
“The way we look at it is we kind of triangulated the gross margin for Q4.”
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