- n. Plural form of triplet.
“Eventually, I shall lay them out in triplets, with narrow borders down the side in a solid colour, to make them into squares, and then set them in alternating orientations (I know, hard to get a mental picture - perhaps when I have time, I will do a diagram - I know just what I mean!)”
“Detailed examination of these results show that they are exactly what we should expect if the message were read in triplets starting from one end.”
“It would appear that the number of nonsense triplets is rather low, since we only occasionally come across them.”
“a very elegant experiment II suggests that both (UUC) and (UUG) code leucine (the brackets imply that the order within the triplets is not yet known).”
“Nobody besides clairvoyant 6-year-old triplets, that is.”
“The triplets are the only ones unaware of what is going on.”
“In the proton and the neutron they always occur in triplets.”
“By using polymers of different composition and assuming a triplet code one can deduce limited information about the composition of certain triplets.”
“Now, a month after three baby girls were born, Dalenberg is recovering from a Caesarean section and proud to call the triplets she carried her granddaughters.”
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With focus on non-classical styles, but not excluding terms of the latter.
three; three parts
Words to describe a set of three things.
Words encountered reading portions of The Epic of Gilgamesh, in translation by N.K. Sandars (Penguin Epics)
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