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This adultery is called triplicate, because it is threefold more grievous than the two former.
Done at London in triplicate the 5th day of September, 1914.
I had the honor of the triplicate of your letter of the 22d of last October, on the 20th instant.
If the Manager prefers, triplicate copies of all Chorus contracts may be so filed instead.
His duplicate or triplicate origin was already visible in the cast of his features.
In the ordinary course of business these receipts are exchanged at the company's office for a bill of lading in triplicate.
BUSINESS ENGLISHROSE BUHLIG
Large and bulky garments, such as overcoats and frock coats, should be folded in triplicate.
THE COMPLETE BACHELORWALTER GERMAIN
Similar cones or cylinders have to one another the triplicate ratio of that which the diameters of their bases have.
You will therefore receive a duplicate, and perhaps a triplicate by the ships that will arrive in England a month or two after.
It made me so mad that I knocked over the ink as I jumped up, and spoiled the triplicate rolls that we'd got about half made out.

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