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  • A shimmering combination of Brancusian shapes, swarm robotics and corporate ceiling design, the new installation by British design firm Troika is an image of hope ...

    Toronto's New Corus Quay Building Spawns Public Art

  • A shimmering combination of Brancusian shapes, swarm robotics and corporate ceiling design, the new installation by British design firm Troika is an image of hope for the city of Toronto.

    Toronto's New Corus Quay Building Spawns Public Art

  • In addition, talks between the Greek finance minister and what is known as the Troika–-the European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund and the European Commission—still haven't concluded.

    European Stocks Slip

  • Atop the Hyde Park Bank building in Chicago 30 years ago there was a Russian nightclub called the Troika where they sang "Don't Forget Me," a sentimental lied which applies to us.

    Saul Bellow's widow on his life and letters: 'His gift was to love and be loved'

  • Meanwhile, Greece's official creditors acknowledged that the country will remain locked out of financial markets all through next year, according to a draft summary of a report by the so-called Troika.

    Greece Readies Austerity Push

  • After I returned from my first Boston Marathon, I noticed in the local paper an event called Troika—Greek for “three.”

    The Grace to Race

  • Another secret conclave by the Troika was the previous entry in this blog.

    Justice! - Ezra Levant

  • Another secret conclave by the Troika is the next entry in this blog.

    Faisal Joseph, the Matlock of our time - Ezra Levant

  • In a statement issued on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly ministerial debate, the so-called Troika of Observer Countries on

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The Greeks will now go back to the euro finance ministers on Wednesday to show that they have met the terms dictated by the group, and the negotiating team known as the Troika, made up of the European Union, the International Monetary Fund and the European Central Bank.

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