*[drinking game]* Pyramid or beeramid is a card game that is most commonly used as a drinking game. ==Equipment== ==Set up== One begins by creating a pyramid of cards by placing them face down on the table in rows (6 cards on the bottom row, 5 on the next, then 4, 3, 2, and 1 card peak on the top row). Next, the dealer passes out four cards t

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*[brainstem]* The ventral portion of the medulla oblongata contains medullary pyramids. These two structures travel along the length of the medulla oblongata and are bordered medially by the anterior median fissure. They each have an anterolateral sulci along their lateral borders. The medullary pyramids contain motor fibers that are known as

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Pyramid is London Cockney rhyming slang for a Jew (Yid).

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A hand-stacked, triangular display.

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*n]* - a polyhedron having a polygonal base and triangular sides with a common vertex 2. [n] - a massive memorial with a square base and four triangular sides 3. [v] - enlarge one`s holdings on an exchange on a continued rise by using paper profits as margin to buy additional amounts 4. [v] - use or deal in (as of stock or commerc

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To increase the size of a speculative position based on current successes in the belief that the profitable trend will continue.

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Four-sided building with triangular sides. Pyramids were used in ancient Egypt to enclose a royal tomb, such as the Great Pyramid of Khufu/Cheops at El Gîza, near Cairo, which is 230 m/755 ft...

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A group of schools (Primary/First/Middle) which feed into a local High School

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A solid figure with a polygon base and all other faces triangles that meet at a common vertex

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rectangular pyramid triangular pyramid

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Pyr'a·mid noun [ Latin pyramis , -idis , from Greek ..., ..., of Egyptian origin: confer French pyramide .] 1. A solid body standing on a triangular, square, or polygonal base, and terminating in a point at the top; especially, a structure or edifice of this shape. 2.

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**Pyr'a·mid** * intransitive verb* * (Speculation)* To enlarge one's holding or interest in a series of operations on a continued rise or decline by using the profits to buy or sell additional amounts on a margin, as where one buys on a 10% margin 100 shares of stock quoted at 100, holds it till it rises to

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**Pyr'a·mid** * transitive verb* * (Speculation)* To use, or to deal in, in a pyramiding transaction. See

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**Pyr'a·mid** * noun* * (Speculation)* The series of operations involved in pyramiding. See

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1. A solid body standing on a triangular, square, or polygonal base, and terminating in a point at the top; especially, a structure or edifice of this shape. ... 2. <geometry> A solid figure contained by a plane rectilineal figure as base and several triangles which have a common vertex and whose bases are sides of the base. ... 3. The game o

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Great Pyramid *noun* a massive monument with a square base and four triangular sides; begun by Cheops around 2700 BC as royal tombs in ancient Egypt

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*noun* (stock market) a series of transactions in which the speculator increases his holdings by using the rising market value of those holdings as margin for further purchases

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*noun* a polyhedron having a polygonal base and triangular sides with a common vertex

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(pir´ә-mid) a pointed or cone-shaped structure or part.

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• (n.) The series of operations involved in pyramiding. See Pyramid, v. i. • (v. t.) To use, or to deal in, in a pyramiding transaction. See Pyramid, v. i. • (v. i.) To enlarge one`s holding or interest in a series of operations on a continued rise or decline by using the profits to buy or sell additional amounts on a margin, as wher

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in architecture, a monumental structure constructed of or faced with stone or brick and having a rectangular base and four sloping triangular (or ... [21 related articles]

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*[cigarette]* Pyramid is a cigarette brand manufactured by Liggett Group, Inc., based in Mebane, North Carolina. Pyramid was introduced in 1988 as the first "branded discount" cigarette. It is available in 11 versions as of February, 2006. ...

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*[geometry]* In geometry, a pyramid is a polyhedron formed by connecting a polygonal base and a point, called the apex. Each base edge and apex form a triangle. It is a conic solid with polygonal base. A pyramid with an n-sided base will have n + 1 vertices, n + 1 faces, and 2n edges. All pyramids are self-dual. When unspecified, the base is

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*[disambiguation]* A pyramid is a structure with triangular lateral surfaces converging to an apex. Pyramid may also refer to: ==Anatomy and medicine== ==Games and sport== ==Television and film== ==Publications and publishing== ==Music== ==Places== === Canada === === United States === === Elsewhere === ==Other uses== ...

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*[The Alan Parsons Project album]* Pyramid is a progressive rock album by The Alan Parsons Project. It was released in 1978. It is a concept album centered on the pyramids of Giza. At the time the album was conceived, interest in pyramid power and Tutankhamun was widespread in the US and the UK. Pyramid was nominated for the 1978 Grammy Award

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*[solitaire]* Pyramid is a solitaire game where the object is to get all the cards from the pyramid to the foundation. ==Rules== The object of the game is to remove pairs of cards that add up to the total of the highest card in the deck from an arrangement of cards - a pyramid of 28 cards. When using the common French deck, Jacks value at 11,

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