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trisected

cut into three nearly separate parts.
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US-based marketing firm Match Marketing Group has acquired Chicago-based creative agency, Trisect, the firm said.
Note also that in Excerpt from P#12 the colleague-character demonstrates some sarcasm, where the participant's desire to have students experience the joy of discovery is countered with, "You are going to have them figuring out how to trisect an angle"?
Archimedes' method uses a marked straight edge and compass to trisect any angle.
Also released now are Trisect (solo piano but three of them overdubbed) and First Encounter and Interchange (duos with fellow free pianist Keith Tippet).
Realists ought to take the former very seriously, but we have learned, all too thoroughly, that pursuing the second is like trying to trisect an arbitrary angle with ruler and compass or proving the consistency of arithmetic with finitary means.
(The current, and relatively brief, Royal National Theatre stand marks the play's English-language preem prior to a commercial transfer next month to the Old Vic.) But Matthew Warchus' decidedly cool take on the play, notwithstanding an A-list cast dominated by a memorably quivering Mark Rylance, doesn't fend off one's feeling that "Life x 3" is alarmingly inconsequential, no matter how you trisect it.
14 December 2016 - US-based marketing firm Match Marketing Group has acquired Chicago-based creative agency, Trisect, the firm said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 14, 2016-Match Marketing Group Acquires Chicago Creative Agency Trisect
Iranian agents, Wahhabi money, Kurdish nationalism, al-Qaeda jihadists, ex-Baathists, and Turkish invasions have all failed to trisect the Iraqi state.
It is easy to trisect an angle using paper folding and also to find the cube root of two (among other numbers)--that is, to double the cube.
The suite is expected to be booked by Sin City's biggest gamblers who, when they walk in, will be greeted by a 13-foot-long trisected tiger shark held in three tanks of formaldehyde above bottles of top-shelf spirits.