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Triple
Triple
is used in several contexts to mean "threefold" or a "treble":Contents1 Sports 2 Places 3 Transportation 4 Science and technology 5 Other uses 6 See alsoSports[edit] Triple
Triple
(baseball), a three-base hit A basketball three-poi
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Treble (other)
Treble may refer to: In music: Treble (sound), tones of high frequency or range, the counterpart of bass Treble clef, a symbol used to indicate the pitch of written notes Treble-cut or low-pass filter, which attenuates high frequencies while passing low frequencies Treble voice, a voice in the soprano range
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Semi-truck
A semi-trailer truck (more commonly semi truck or simply "semi") is the combination of a tractor unit and one or more semi-trailers to carry freight. A semi-trailer attaches to the tractor with a fifth wheel hitch, with much of its weight borne by the tractor
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Special
Special
Special
or the specials or variation, may refer to:.mw-parser-output .tocright float:right;clear:right;width:auto;background:none;padding:.5em 0 .8em 1.4em;margin-bottom:.5em .mw-parser-output .tocright-clear-left clear:left .mw-parser-output .tocright-clear-both clear:both .mw-parser-output .tocright-clear-none clear:none Contents1 Policing 2 Literature 3 Film and television 4 Music4.1 Albums 4.2 Songs5 Computing 6 Other uses 7 See alsoPolicing[edit] Specials, Ulster
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Tripel
Tripel
Tripel
is a term used by brewers or people mainly in the Low Countries, some other European countries, and the U.S. to describe a strong pale ale, loosely in the style of Westmalle Tripel.[1] The origin of the term is unknown, though the main theory is that it indicates strength in some way.[2] It was used in 1956 by the Trappist brewery, Westmalle, to rename the strongest beer in their range, though both the term Tripel
Tripel
and the style of beer associated with the name (strong pale ale), were in existence before 1956.[2] The style of Westmalle's Tripel
Tripel
and the name was widely copied by the breweries of Belgium,[3] and in 1987 another Trappist brewery, the Koningshoeven in the Netherlands, expanded their range with a beer called La Trappe Tripel, though they also produced a stronger beer they termed La Trappe Quadrupel.[4] The term spread to the U.S
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Triple H
Paul Michael Levesque (born July 27, 1969), better known by the ring name Triple H
Triple H
(an abbreviation of his original WWE
WWE
ring name Hunter Hearst Helmsley), is an American business executive, professional wrestler, and actor. He has been the Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative for WWE
WWE
since 2013, as well as being the founder and senior producer of NXT. Levesque, under the ring name Terra Ryzing, began his professional wrestling career in the International Wrestling Federation (IWF) in 1992
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Triple Metre
Triple metre
Triple metre
(or Am. triple meter, also known as triple time) is a musical metre characterized by a primary division of 3 beats to the bar, usually indicated by 3 (simple) or 9 (compound) in the upper figure of the time signature, with 3 4, 3 2, and 3 8 being the most common examples. The upper figure being divisible by three does not of itself indicate triple metre; for example, a time signature of 6 8 usually indicates compound duple metre, and similarly 12 8 usually indicates compound quadruple metre. It is reasonably common in ballads and classical music but much less so in traditions such as rock & roll and jazz. The most common time in rock, blues, country, funk, and pop is quadruple.[1] Jazz writing has become more adventurous since Dave Brubeck's album Time Out, [2][3][4] One noteworthy example of a jazz classic that employs triple metre is John Coltrane's version of "My Favorite Things"
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Triple Jump
The triple jump, sometimes referred to as the hop, step and jump or the hop, skip and jump, is a track and field event, similar to the long jump. As a group, the two events are referred to as the "horizontal jumps." The competitor runs down the track and performs a hop, a bound and then a jump into the sand pit
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Triple Point
In thermodynamics, the triple point of a substance is the temperature and pressure at which the three phases (gas, liquid, and solid) of that substance coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium.[1] It is that temperature and pressure at which the sublimation curve, fusion curve and the vaporisation curve meet. For example, the triple point of mercury occurs at a temperature of −38.83440 °C and a pressure of 0.2 mPa. In addition to the triple point for solid, liquid, and gas phases, a triple point may involve more than one solid phase, for substances with multiple polymorphs
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Triples (cereal)
Triples was a breakfast cereal produced by General Mills
General Mills
in the 1990s that was similar to Rice Krispies. The name was derived from the three grains — corn, wheat, and rice — that the product was composed of. A television commercial for Triples involved participants shaking their heads three times to a strange sound (a "triple take"). Consumer surveys reported that it made the milk a perfect level of sweetness while only using 4g of sugar per serving. A box of Triples was often featured alongside other cereals on a shelf in Jerry's kitchen on the sitcom Seinfeld. External links[edit]Triples at Mr. BreakfastThis brand-name food or drink product–related article is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis breakfast-related article is a stub
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Triple (novel)
Triple is a spy thriller novel written by British author Ken Follett. It was originally published in 1979. The background of the plot is Operation Plumbat, a 1968 operation carried out by Mossad
Mossad
that did not become publicly known about until 1977. Plot summary[edit] The book's prologue describes a chance meeting of several people in Oxford
Oxford
in the year 1947. The main character is Nathaniel "Nat" Dickstein, a victim of experimentation in the Nazi concentration camps who later becomes an Israeli agent; also the American Alan "Al" Cortone, of Italian origin, whose life Dickstein saved in Sicily; and the Russian chessmaster David Rostov, who subsequently joins the KGB. The three go together to a sherry party given by Professor Ashford, who teaches Hebrew Literature at Oxford. Dickstein, who is studying under Ashford, is in love with his wife Eila, but there are rival suitors
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Semantic Triple
A semantic triple, or simply triple, is the atomic data entity in the Resource Description Framework
Resource Description Framework
(RDF) data model.[1] As its name indicates, a triple is a set of three entities that codifies a statement about semantic data in the form of subject–predicate–object expressions (e.g. "Bob is 35", or "Bob knows John"). This format enables knowledge to be represented in a machine-readable way. Particularly, every part of an RDF triple is individually addressable via unique URIs — for example, the second statement above might be represented in RDF as http://example.name#BobSmith12 http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/knows http://example.name#JohnDoe34. Given this precise representation, semantic data can be unambiguously queried and reasoned about. The components of a triple, such as the statement "The sky has the color blue", consist of a subject ("the sky"), a predicate ("has the color"), and an object ("blue")
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Triple (mathematics)
In mathematics, a tuple is a finite ordered list (sequence) of elements. An n-tuple is a sequence (or ordered list) of n elements, where n is a non-negative integer. There is only one 0-tuple, an empty sequence, or empty tuple, as it is referred to. An n-tuple is defined inductively using the construction of an ordered pair. Mathematicians usually write tuples by listing the elements within parentheses " (   ) displaystyle ( text ) " and separated by commas; for example, ( 2 , 7 , 4 , 1 , 7 ) displaystyle (2,7,4,1,7) denotes a 5-tuple. Sometimes other symbols are used to surround the elements, such as square brackets "[ ]" or angle brackets "< >". Braces " " are only used in defining arrays in some programming languages such as Java and Visual Basic, but not in mathematical expressions, as they are the standard notation for sets
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Straight-three Engine
A straight-three engine,[1] also known as an inline-triple,[2][3][4][5] or inline-three[6][7] (abbreviated I3 or L3), is a reciprocating piston internal combustion engine with three cylinders arranged in a straight line or plane, side by side.Contents1 Crankshaft
Crankshaft
angle[8] 2 Automobile use 3 Motorcycle use3.1 Four-stroke 3.2 Two-stroke4 Non-automotive use4.1 Agricultural use 4.2 Aviation use5 References 6 External links Crankshaft
Crankshaft
angle[8][edit]four stroke Straight-three engine
Straight-three engine
with firing order 1-3-2Straight-three engines generally employ a crank angle of 120°[citation needed]. This gives perfect first and second order balance on reciprocating mass, but an end-to-end rocking motion is induced because there is no symmetry in the piston velocities about the middle piston
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Triple (baseball)
In baseball, a triple is the act of a batter safely reaching third base after hitting the ball, with neither the benefit of a fielder's misplay (see error) nor another runner being put out on a fielder's choice. Triples have become somewhat rare in Major League Baseball. It often requires a ball hit to a distant part of the field, or the ball taking an unusual bounce in the outfield. It also usually means that the batter hit the ball solidly, and be a speedy runner. It also often requires that the batter's team have a good strategic reason for wanting the batter on third base, as a double will already put the batter in scoring position and there will often be little strategic advantage to taking the risk of trying to stretch a double into a triple
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