tripartite

[ trahy-pahr-tahyt ]
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For example, are we to attribute his tripartite division of the soul to the gods?

Of the same character is the copy of the Tripartite Indenture of Division.

In truth all that we know of St. Asicus is derived from the Tripartite.

The list of their names and functions is given in the Tripartite.

Constitutions also depend on the tripartite nature of the Soul.

The greech licked Harkaway's face with a tripartite blue tongue.

These tripartite treaties were of course to stand or fall together.

From its tripartite boughs are made yearly thousands upon thousands of the three-pronged forks used in agriculture.

It consists of tripartite filaments, of an orange-red colour, with the small filaments towards the apex dilated.

A later version of the Tripartite Life was printed by Colgan in 1647.

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