Turn to it at this instant, you saucy rogue, or I shall have you triced to the triangles!'
What is this but the atoms of Democritus and the triangles of Plato?
Press together, trim the crusts, cut into triangles and serve.
Other mounds were arranged in squares, triangles, and parallelograms.
Croutons or triangles of dry toast make an excellent addition.
The triangles were of the usual pattern, and the flogging was on the buttock.
Sandwiches may be sweet or savory, may be cut round, square, or in triangles.
It may be cut in squares, rounds or triangles to suit the fancy.
If two angles of two triangles given be equall, the other also are equall.
As here, this quinquangle is measured by his three triangles.