from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Any of various chiefly tropical marine gastropod mollusks of the family Cymatiidae, having a pointed, spirally twisted, often colorfully marked shell.
- n. The nucleus of tritium, consisting of two neutrons and one proton.
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- n. the atomic nucleus of a tritium atom, consisting of a proton and two neutrons
- n. any of several marine gastropods of the family Cymatiidae having a pointed spiral shell
The vessel is equipped with a new security system called triton shield.
The vessel is equipped with a new multilayered security system called triton shield.
A triton was a hulking humanoid, its finned limbs sending it around the frog as they advanced.
The new lepton was denoted by the Greek letter tau, which is the first letter of the word triton, (which means the third); the discovered lepton being the third charged lepton, after the electron and the muon.
The new lepton was designated with the Greek letter tau, standing for the first letter of the word triton, third.
A triton is the nucleus of the hydrogen isotope tritium: a proton and two neutrons.
But again, the best is in bronze: a kitchen scale with a bronze head for a weight, a fat pumpkin-shaped vessel standing on clawed feet, a sieve whose tiny holes form an intricate floral pattern and a remarkable cylindrical brazier with a classical double doorway for putting in coal, a cover with dolphin handles and a triton statuette on top.
If I had an extra 45, ooo I 'd buy a triton or a mako, these are probable the best made. others I would consider are kenner, Century ...
Yet here he was-and he had better go forward, because the triton would hardly let him go back.
The triton was still chasing here and there, following the shifting voices.
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