triennial

[ trahy-en-ee-uh l ]

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The number of graduates, as appears from the triennial catalogue, is 3,191.

We turn again to the Triennial, and count the starred names.

Read his report made to the stockholders at their triennial meeting in 1822.

They did so, and found nothing hut a Harvard Triennial Catalogue.

The former was in favor of septennial, the latter of triennial parliaments.

At this first triennial meeting it becomes an Electoral College.

I confess then, that I have no sort of reliance upon either a triennial Parliament, or a place-bill.

I except orators, of course, because they are things of ages, and not of septennial or triennial re-unions.

You may examine backward the Triennial Catalogue as far as you please, and you will not find the testimony essentially different.

Personally, I am of opinion that we change oftener, that rather we are triennial in our constitution.

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third

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