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triple

(trĭp′ĕl) [L. triplus, threefold]
Consisting of three; threefold; treble.
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Hughes - sister of 2002 gold-medal winner Sarah Hughes and a late replacement for the injured Michelle Kwan - fell on a triple loop.
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differs from traditional securitization because the company's liabilities under Regulation Triple X exceed the liabilities supported by the underlying policy premiums (assets), unlike the traditional securitization wherein the company's liabilities are supported by the underlying assets.
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When I played in the early 1970s, the triple option was one of the most feared running attacks in football, especially from the wishbone formation.
It is going to take a 3-year-old of a type that's increasingly rare - one versatile enough to win the 1 1/16- and 1 1/8-mile prep races that get a horse to the classics, to win the Kentucky Derby at 1 1/4 and the Preakness at 1 3/16 to set up a Triple Crown possibility, and win the Belmont at the marathon 1 1/2.
So much has changed in the 26 years since Affirmed won the Triple Crown, a commonplace in the 1970s.