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adjective as in third

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The Daily Pic: The ICP's latest triennial expands what cameras can do.

For years, the triennial confab has been remarkable mostly for airy oratory by national leaders playing to the crowd back home.

The Daily Pic: At the New Museum Triennial, artists get ad men to polish communism's image.

It is one of the best works in the second New Museum triennial, which this time out has been titled “The Ungovernables.”

Lupton, Cara McCarty, Matilda McQuaid, and Cynthia Smith curated the Triennial.

He maintained the connexion of church and state, and opposed triennial parliaments and the ballot.

The war mortality is excluded in every case where it was separately stated in the college Triennial, as indicated below.

The dreadful disorders of frequent elections have also necessitated a septennial instead of a triennial duration.

I do not seriously think this Constitution, even to the wrecks of it, could survive five triennial elections.

In some parishes a Triennial or even Septennial visit to the boundaries is considered sufficient.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to triennial, such as: tertiary, and tertian.

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