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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Having three cranks.

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  • Most games of RPS are played as best-of-three matches; therefore, counting throws by threes is logical, since the correct choice of a three-throw sequence will usually take care of an unsuspecting opponent, even allowing for a single loss or stalemate.

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  • In the three-throw crank, employed in the Matchless tricycle, this objection is obviated, for one, at least, is at all times in such a position as to be in tension.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 447, July 26, 1884

  • Other than James, he is the club's best offensive playmaker and is one of the NBA's best three-throw (90 percent) and 3-point shooters (43 percent).

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  • Other than James, he is the club's best offensive playmaker and is one of the NBA's best three-throw (90 per cent) and three-point shooters (43 per cent).

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  • He is one of the NBA's best three-throw (90 percent) and 3-point shooters (43 percent).

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  • Each FEM integrates an output power coupler, transmit (Tx) low pass filtering and a single-pole three-throw (SP3T) switch capable of switching between Wi-Fi receive (Rx),

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  • Los Angeles was led by Darrick Martin, who scored 28 points thanks to 13-for-18 shooting from three-throw line.

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  • percent from the three-throw line 20 of 23 and outrebounded Dartmouth 41-28.

    The Seattle Times

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