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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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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(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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*[Australian game show]* Pyramid is an Australian children`s quiz show screening on the Nine Network hosted by Shura Taft. It is co-produced by Sydney-based Ambience Entertainment. It began broadcasting on 1 September 2009 and is filmed in front of a live studio audience. It involves two teams competing in games of `vocal charades`. The show ...

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*[Maribor]* The Pyramid (Piramida) is a low hill (altitude 386 m) in the city of Maribor, Slovenia. It is a popular excursion spot, affording a good view of the city. An ascent takes 15-30 minutes. ==History== Until 1784 the hill was the site of the Upper Maribor Castle (Mariborski grad, Schloss Marchpurg / Marburg) The castle was demolished ...

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*[image processing]* Pyramid or pyramid representation is a type of multi-scale signal representation developed by the computer vision, image processing and signal processing communities, in which a signal or an image is subject to repeated smoothing and subsampling. Historically, pyramid representation is a predecessor to scale-space represe...

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(Pocket games) Positioning of the object balls in a triangular grouping (with the front apex ball on the foot spot), used to begin many pocket billiard games.

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A polyhedron whose base is a polygon and whose other faces are triangles that meet at a common vertex, sometimes called the apex. A right pyramid has its apex directly above the center of its base. A square-based pyramid, like the pyramids in Egypt, has a square base and four triangular sides. A tri...

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pyramid, in geometry, solid figure bounded by a polygon (the base, or directrix) and the surface generated by a moving line (the generator) passing through a fixed point (vertex) and continually intersecting the perimeter of the polygon. The surface, or lateral faces, of the pyramid are triangles ha...

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Type: Term Pronunciation: pir′ă-mid Definitions: 1. A term applied to various anatomic structures of a more or less pyramidal shape. 2. A term denoting the petrous portion of the temporal bone. Synonyms: pyramis

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*(architecture)* *Click images to enlarge*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 ...

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(geometry) In geometry, a solid shape with triangular side-faces meeting at a common vertex (point) and with a polygon as its base. The volume V of a pyramid is given by V = 1/3

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the word is Greek and means a little honey cake. It was used to show that the Greeks were not impressed with the pyramids. The huge buildings were used as tombs for the royal family and especially for the pharaoh. Their ancient Egyptian name 'mer' probably meant something like a place to climb up or ascend.

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