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tri·mer

(trī'mĕr),
A compound, complex, or structure made up of three components.
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Trime managed to win gold for its ReThink road safety campaign -- for best integrated/multi-media solution and also won best overall campaign concept of 2015.
"TRIME Media made the grade on all these scores," Mr Salem said.
The coin, called the trime, had a metallic value worth only about 2 1/2 cents, but was legal tender for sums up to 30 cents, making it our first money with a content in precious metal worth less than its legal value in trade (sometimes called a "subsidiary coin.") The trime was 20 percent smaller than our modern dime, and only about one-third of its weight (figure 1).