### triangle

- a three-sided polygon
- any of various triangular drafting instruments used to draw straight lines at specified angles

triangular plate located between the eyes and above the mouth (Figure 2); elsewhere called frontal triangle or frons.

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*[Japanese pop group]* ==Members== ==Discography== ===Singles=== ===Albums=== ...

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*[chart pattern]* Triangles are commonly found in the price charts of financially traded assets (stocks, bonds, futures, etc.). The pattern derives its name from the fact that it is characterized by a contraction in price range and converging trendlines, thus giving it a triangular shape. Triangle Patterns can be broken down into three catego...

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*n]* - a three-sided polygon 2. [n] - any of various triangular drafting instruments used to draw straight lines at specified angles 3. [n] - a percussion instrument consisting of a metal bar bent in the shape of an open triangle

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A polygon with three sides

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1. <geometry> A figure bounded by three lines, and containing three angles. ... A triangle is either plane, spherical, or curvilinear, according as its sides are straight lines, or arcs of great circles of a sphere, or any curved lines whatever. A plane triangle is designated as scalene, isosceles, or equilateral, according as it has no two s...

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*noun* a percussion instrument consisting of a metal bar bent in the shape of an open triangle

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(tri´ang-gәl) a three-cornered object, figure, or area, such as a delineated area on the surface of the body; called also trigone.

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• (n.) A draughtsman`s square in the form of a right-angled triangle. • (n.) A small constellation situated between Aries and Andromeda. • (n.) An instrument of percussion, usually made of a rod of steel, bent into the form of a triangle, open at one angle, and sounded by being struck with a small metallic rod. • (n.) A kind of ...

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(from the article `drafting`) ...quickly, or more neatly have recognized value in the preparation of such drawings. Equipment has been invented to facilitate the performance of ...

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(from the article `mathematics`) Archimedes` result bears on the problem of circle quadrature in the light of another theorem he proved: that the area of a circle equals the area of ... Two triangles are said to be congruent if one can be exactly superimposed on the other by a rigid motion, and the congruence theorems specify the ... ...

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percussion instrument consisting of a steel rod bent into a triangle with one corner left open. It is suspended by a gut or nylon loop and struck ...

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triangle 1. A figure (usually, a plane rectilineal figure) having three angles and three sides. 2. A group or set of three, a triad; especially, a love-relationship in which one member of a married couple is involved with a third party; frequently referred to as the eternal triangle. 3. Something having the form of a triangle; any three-cornered bo...

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The triangle is a musical instrument of percussion, usually made of a rod of steel, bent into the form of a triangle, open at one angle, and sounded by being struck with a small metallic rod or spindle, so formed to allow soft or heavy tones to be sounded. The triangle possesses a bright and silvery tone useful for rhythmical effects.

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A three-sided polygon. The sum of the interior angles of a triangle is always 180°, unless the triangle is drawn in a non-Euclidean geometry (see below). Triangles can be classified either by their angles, as acute, obtuse, or right; or by their sides, as scalene (all different), isosceles (two the ...

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triangle, in mathematics, plane figure bounded by three straight lines, the sides, which intersect at three points called the vertices. Any one of the sides may be considered the base of the triangle. The perpendicular distance from a base to the opposite vertex is called an altitude. The area of a ...

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triangle, in music, percussion instrument consisting of a steel rod bent into a triangle, open at one angle, and struck with a steel rod. Only since the end of the 18th cent. has it been an orchestral instrument, although it appeared in Europe much earlier. Its tinkling sound is of indefinite pitch ...

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The triangle was a kind of frame formed of three poles stuck in the ground and united at the top, to which soldiers were formerly bound when undergoing corporal punishment.

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In geometry, a triangle is any figure formed by three intersecting lines. When the lines are straight the triangle is a plane triangle. In spherical triangles, the sides are arcs of great circles of a sphere. Triangles are called equilateral, isoceles and scalene, according as all three sides are equal, two sides are equal, or all sides are unequal...

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Type: Term Pronunciation: trī′ang-gĕl Definitions: 1. In anatomy and surgery, a three-sided area with arbitrary or natural boundaries.

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*(geometry)* In geometry, a three-sided plane figure, the sum of whose interior angles is 180°. Triangles can be classified by the relative lengths of their sides. A scalene triangle has three sides of unequal length. An isosce...

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A frame of lashed-together spontoons on which a flogging was carried out.

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A choke performed by a competitor wrapping his legs around the opponent’s head and one of his arms, bending one knee over the other ankle/shin. Named for the shape of the space between the legs, this choke can be executed from the guard or from the mount.

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