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For example, extremely preterm twins and triplets often fare worse than single-born babies.
The number of extremely preterm twins and triplets, who often fare poorly, also did not explain the death-rate disparity.
It also contains most of the atmosphere’s ozone, triplet molecules made from three oxygen atoms.
I think that privately we thought him something worse than a triplet, but we neither knew quite how to say it.
A stanza of two lines is called a couplet; of three lines, a triplet; of four lines, a quatrain.
Triplet thanked her for her condescension; he would wait for Mr. Vane in the hall.
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For Triplet looked like an absurd wolf—all benevolence and starvation!
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A grampus was heard outside the door, and Triplet opened it.
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"I was just about to catch the turn of the lip," remonstrated Triplet.
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Triplet gathered from this that he had at once detected the trick.
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WORDS RELATED TO TRIPLET

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