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  • The latter can be confirmed by the high frequency and typical terminal position of the "three-branched flower" sign, so it can only be 'RE'.

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  • As the name implies, the triangle-shaped room, containing three fruit trees (grapefruit, lemon and kumquat) and a three-branched grapevine, was his tribute to the Trinity.

    A Garden Grows Underground

  • In 1950, Congress passed the Organic Act officially declaring Guam to be an "unincorporated territory", establishing a three-branched civilian government and granting U.S. citizenship to residents of the island.

    Guam, only current U.S. colony ever occupied by foreign troops; 3rd in a 21st Century American Colonies series

  • Two other men lay near him on the floor, their heads close to his, each lying at an angle away from the other, forming a three-branched figure.

    The Life of the World to Come

  • Come Rising from his place, he took hold of the three-branched candelabrum and motioned us to follow him from the room.


  • The candles in the three-branched candelabra flickered with the gusts that found their way around the ill-fitting window.

    Colors of Chaos

  • The small dining hall was set for two - with two three-branched candelabra providing the light.

    Darksong Rising

  • The room was darker than the remainder of the mansion, though the pair of three-branched candleholders provided a great deal of light by the standards of the borough.

    Lord of the Isles

  • The candles in the three-branched candelabra flicker with the gusts that find their way around the ill-fitting window.

    The Magic Engineer

  • The source of the light, he saw, was a three-branched candelabrum resting on a dressing-table at the opposite side of the room.

    Conan The Warlord


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