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Trident Entertainment Trident Entertainment is a Malaysian based media company specializing in distribution/production of recorded music encompassing primarily jazz, world and classical music, and is a major player in the Malaysian Music Scene.
Trident missile The Trident missile, named after the trident, is a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) which is armed with nuclear warheads and is launched from SSBNs, nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines. Trident missiles are carried by fourteen active US Navy Ohio class submarines and, with British warheads, four Royal Navy Vanguard class submarines.
Trident Ploughshares Trident Ploughshares originally named Trident Ploughshares 2000 is an anti-nuclear-weapons group, founded in 1998 with the aim of "beating swords into ploughshares" (taken from the Book of Isiah). This is specifically by attempting to disarm the UK Trident nuclear weapons system, in a non-violent manner.
Trident Technical College Trident Technical College is located in Charleston, South Carolina. Sometimes dubbed "North Charleston University", TTC is a two-year institution that takes pride in "providing diverse and innovative educational programs and services in a highly technical and competitive global environment.
Tridentine Mass The Tridentine Mass is the Catholic Mass liturgy of the Roman Rite as presented in the successive editions of the Roman Missal that were promulgated from 1570 to 1962, using the Latin language exclusively, except for a very few single words and short phrases in Greek and Hebrew.
Tridev Tridev is a 1989 star-studded Indian blockbuster directed by Rajiv Rai. The movie is an action packed saga of three men standing up against a crime lord called Bhujang (played by Amrish Puri), who has plans to spread menace in the country.
Tridiagonal matrix In linear algebra, a tridiagonal matrix is one that is "almost" diagonal. To be exact, a tridiagonal matrix has nonzero elements only in the main diagonal, the first diagonal below this, and the first diagonal above the main diagonal.
Tridiagonal matrix algorithm The tridiagonal matrix algorithm (TDMA), also known as the Thomas algorithm, is a simplified form of Gaussian elimination that can be used to solve tridiagonal systems of equations. A tridiagonal system may be written as
Tridymite Tridymite is a high-temperature polymorph of quartz and usually occurs as minute tabular white or colorless pseudo-hexagonal triclinic crystals, or scales, in cavities in acidic volcanic rocks. Tridymite is stable between 870 and 1470 degrees Celsius.
TriDelta Transit TriDelta Transit is a transit agency that provides service in East Contra Costa County, California. It serves the communities of: Shore Acres, Bay Point, Pittsburg, Antioch, Oakley, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Byron, Discovery Bay, Sandhill, and Knightsten, CA.
Trie In computer science, a trie, or prefix tree, is an ordered tree data structure that is used to store an associative array where the keys are strings. Unlike a binary search tree, no node in the tree stores the key associated with that node; instead, its position in the tree shows what key it is associated with.
Triens The triens was an Ancient Roman bronze coin produced during the Roman Republic valued at one-third of an as (4 unciae). The most common design for the triens was the bust of Minerva and four pellets (indicating four unciae) on the obverse and the prow of a galley on the reverse.
Trientalis borealis Trientalis borealis is a North American woodland perennial, it is also known as the Starflower. The starflower grows up to 9 inches tall and has one or two white flowers which consist of seven petals that form a star like shape.
Triesnecker (crater) Triesnecker is a prominent lunar impact crater that is located in the Sinus Medii, near the central part of the Moon's near side. It is located to the north-northwest of the Rhaeticus crater, and to the east-southeast of the flooded Murchison crater.
Trieste-Odessa line The direct line between the towns Trieste and Odessa (Trieste-Odessa line) is one definition of the northern border of the Balkans. It follows the direct connection between two of the possible beginning-points of the Balkan peninsula.
Triestine language The Triestine dialect (, Triestine: triestin) is an Italian dialect local to the city of Trieste. It is a form of Venetian strongly influenced by a Friulian substrate, mainly due to the existence of the now defunct 'Tergestine' dialect, which was closely related to Friulian.
Triethylamine Triethylamine, also known as N,N-diethylethanamine, TEN or N,N,N-Triethylamine, is a colorless, volatile liquid with a strong, unpleasant and fishy smell reminiscent of ammonia. From the chemical point of view it is a tertiary amine with formula N(C2H5)3.
Triethylborane Triethylborane (TEB), also called triethylborine and triethylboron, is an organoborane (an organometallic compound), a near-colorless to yellowish transparent liquid with pungent ether-like odor. Its chemical formula can be written as C6H15B, or (CH3CH2)3B, or (C2H5)3B, or Et3B.
Trieu Thi Trinh Triá»‡u Thá»‹ Trinh, also known as Triá»‡u áş¨u or BĂ Triá»‡u (Lady Trieu) (225 - 248) was a female warrior in 3rd century Vietnam who managed to, for a time, successfully resist the Chinese during their occupation of Vietnam. She is described as the Vietnamese "Joan of Arc".
Trifecta In horse racing terminology, a trifecta is a parimutuel bet in which the bettor must predict which horses will finish first, second, and third in exact order. The word comes from the related betting term, "perfecta".
Triffid The Triffid is a highly venomous fictional species of plant that appears to have limited intelligence and survival instincts. It is the titular antagonist from the 1951 novel Day of the Triffids by John Wyndham and also later appears in Simon Clark's novel The Night of the Triffids, a sequel set 25 years later, in which the Triffid evolves into a more threatening form.
Triffin dilemma The Triffin dilemma, less commonly called Triffin's dilemma, is the problem of fundamental imbalances in the Bretton Woods system. The dilemma is named after Belgian-American economist Robert Triffin, who first identified the problem in 1960.
Trifid cipher In classical cryptography, the trifid cipher is a cipher invented around 1901 by Felix Delastelle, which extends the concept of the bifid cipher to a third dimension, allowing each symbol to be fractionated into 3 elements instead of two. That is, while the bifid uses the Polybius square to turn each symbol into co-ordinates on a 5 Ă— 5 (or 6 Ă— 6) square, the trifid turns them into co-ordinates on a 3 Ă— 3 Ă— 3 cube.
Trifle A trifle is a British dessert dish made from thick (or often solidified) custard, fruit, sponge cake, fruit juice or, more recently, jelly (American term: gelatin) and whipped cream, usually arranged in layers with fruit and sponge on the bottom, custard and cream on top. Some trifles contain a small amount of alcohol (port, or, most commonly sweet sherry or madeira wine) - non-alcoholic versions use fruit juice instead, as the liquid is necessary to moisten the cake.
Trifluoromethanesulfonic acid Trifluoromethanesulfonic acid, also known as triflic acid or TfOH, is a sulfonic acid with the chemical formula CF3SO3H . It is often regarded as one of the strongest acids, and is one of a number of so-called "superacids".
Trifocal Trifocals are eyeglasses where the lenses have 3 regions to correct for distance, intermediate (arm's length), and near vision. They are mostly used by people with advanced presbyopia who have been prescribed 2 diopters or more of reading addition.
Trifoliate orange Trifoliate Orange (Poncirus trifoliata, syn. Citrus trifoliata) is a member of the family Rutaceae, closely related to Citrus, and sometimes included in that genus, being sufficiently closely related to allow it to be used as a rootstock for Citrus.
Triforce The is a fictional item from Nintendo's Legend of Zelda series of video games. Known by many names such as "The Golden Power" or "The Golden Triangles," it is a tangible, omnipotent holy relic created by the three goddesses of Hyrule.
Triforce (arcade system board) The Triforce is an arcade system board developed jointly by Nintendo, Namco, and Sega, with the first games appearing in 2002. The name "Triforce" is a reference to Nintendo's The Legend of Zelda series of games, and symbolized the three companies' involvement in the project.
Triforium (Los Angeles) The Triforium is the name of a six story 60 ton public sculpture in the Los Angeles Mall Civic Center complex, located at the intersection of Temple and Main Streets in Downtown Los Angeles. The Mall's architect Robert Stockwell commissioned artist Joseph Young to create the sculpture and it was installed in 1975.
Trifunctional hypothesis The Trifunctional Hypothesis is a controversial conjecture proposed by French mythographer Georges DumĂ©zil. The hypothesis states that Indo-European religion has societies and religions divided into three similar roles: warriors, priests, and farmers.
Trig point A Trigonometrical station, triangulation pillar or trig point is a fixed surveying station for the geodetic surveying and other surveying projects on nearby area. They are generally known as Trigonometrical stations in North America and trig points in the United Kingdom and Australia; triangulation pillar is the more formal term for the concrete columns found in the UK.
Trigat TRIGAT-LR (Third Generation AntiTank, Long Range), also known as PARS 3 in German and AC 3G in French service, is a fire-and-forget air-to-ground missile system for long range applications, designed to defeat tanks, helicopters and other individual targets while minimizing the exposure of the launch vehicle to enemy fire. It is the main weapon system of the European Tiger UHT and HAD helicopters.
Trigatron A trigatron is a type of triggerable spark gap switch designed for high current and high voltage, (usually 10-100 kV and 20-100 kA, though devices in the megaampere range exist as well). It has a very simple construction and in many cases is the lowest cost high energy switching option.
Trigeminal ganglion The trigeminal ganglion (or Gasserian ganglion, or semilunar ganglion) occupies a cavity (Meckel's cave) in the dura mater covering the trigeminal impression near the apex of the petrous part of the temporal bone.
Trigeneration Trigeneration implies the simultaneous production of mechanical power (often converted to electricity), heat and cooling from a single heat source such as solar energy or fuel. As with cogeneration, the "waste heat" byproduct that results from power generation is harnessed, thus increasing the overall efficiency of the system.
Trigger (Only Fools and Horses) Colin Ball (born 22 April 1946 in an abandoned burnt out Vauxhall in Mitcham, London (then Surrey)), better known as Trigger (because he looks like a horse), is a character in the popular BBC sitcom Only Fools and Horses. He is played by Roger Lloyd Pack.
Trigger disconnector A trigger disconnector is a type of safety in a firearm, which prevents the trigger from being held down after a shot has been fired. This disallows either automatic fire or deliberate "slam fire", depending upon the particular firearm's action.
Trigger holdoff Trigger holdoff is used in oscilloscopes to define a certain period following a trigger during which the scope will not trigger again. This makes it easier to establish a stable view of a waveform with multiple edges which would otherwise cause another trigger.
Trigger Happy (book) Trigger Happy is a book by Steven Poole, examining videogames in terms of their aesthetic appeal - what makes certain games more fun to play than others. It covers aspects such as the effective use of space and perspective in videogames, rewards and progression through games, the design of an appealing video game character and the debate over violence in games.
Trigger Happy Jack (Drive by a Go-Go) Trigger Happy Jack is the third and final single from the debut album of Poe. The single was the least successful of the three that were released to promote the album, barely making an impact on the charts and quickly fell.
Trigger lock A trigger lock is a device designed to prevent a firearm from being discharged while the device is in place. Generally, two pieces come together from either side behind the trigger and are locked in place, unlockable with a key or combination.
Trigger pad A trigger pad is a sensor on a drum that produces a certain sound assigned from a sound module once the head has been struck. This device allows drummers to play at a faster rate without having to strike the drum hard; at very rapid speeds it becomes difficult for feet move as quickly and with as much power.
Trigger point Trigger points are described as hyperirritable spots in skeletal muscle that are associated with palpable nodules in taut bands of muscle fibers. The palpable nodules are said to be small contraction knots and a common cause of pain.
Trigger strategy A trigger strategy is a class of strategies employed in a repeated non-cooperative game. A player utilizing a trigger strategy initially cooperates but punishes the opponent if a certain level of defection (i.
Trigger Street Productions Trigger Street Productions is an entertainment production company formed by Kevin Spacey in 1997. Its credits include Beyond the Sea, The United States of Leland and The Big Kahuna on screen, as well as stage productions of The Iceman Cometh and Cobb.
Triggernometry Triggernometry is the fifth album from hardcore hip hop group Onyx and was put out on D3 Entertainment. It begins with a spoken introduction in which the band reminisces about their early career, not least their enthusiastic use of real guns as props in their early videos.
Triggerplant Triggerplants (also trigger plants) are a group of dicotyledonous plants that belong to the genus Stylidium (family Stylidiaceae). The genus name Stylidium is derived from the Greek ĎĎ„Ď…Î»ÎżĎ‚ or stylos (column or pillar), which refers to the distinctive reproductive structure that its flowers possess.
Triggshire The hundred of Trigg (also known as Triggshire) was one of ten ancient administrative shires of Cornwall - see "Hundreds of Cornwall". It was in the north of Cornwall, and covered Wadebridge and Bodmin, along with Bodmin Moor.
Triglav Lakes Valley The Triglav Lakes Valley (Slovene: Dolina Triglavskih jezer) is a rocky hanging valley in the Julian Alps in Slovenia, below the sheer sides of mountains TiÄŤarica and Zelnarica to the southwest of Triglav. It is above the tree-line and is geologically Alpine Karst - therefore it is also called the sea of stone.
Triglyph Triglyph is an architectural term for the vertically channeled tablets of the Doric frieze, so called because of the angular channels in them, two perfect and one divided, the two chamfered angles or hemiglyphs being reckoned as one. The square sunk spaces between the triglyphs on a frieze are called metopes.
Trigon (band) Trigon is a German based fusion band and their history is carved by the numerous changes in line-up which contributed to Trigon's creative potential as the band draws heavily on jamming as a source for their music, thus the input of each band member adds to the overall flavour of their music. The band has also become a gladly-seen guest on various festivals.
Trigon (comics) Trigon (also known as Trigon the Terrible) is a fictional villain who appears in Teen Titans comics published by DC Comics. Trigon is a large, red, four-eyed demon with antlers (shown as a crown made of antlers in the animated series).
Trigonal bipyramid molecular geometry In chemistry a trigonal bipyramid is a molecular geometry with one atom at the center and 5 more at the corners of a triangular dipyramid. This is one of the only cases where bond angles surrounding an atom are not identical (see also pentagonal dipyramid), which is simply because there is no geometrical arrangement which can result in five equally sized bond angles in three dimensions.
Trigonal planar In chemistry, trigonal planar is a molecular geometry with one atom at the center and three atoms at the corners of a triangle all in one plane. In a trigonal planar molecule where all three attached atoms are identical, all bond angles are 120Â°.
Trigonal pyramid (chemistry) In chemistry, a trigonal pyramid is a molecular geometry with one atom at the apex and three atoms at the corners of a trigonal base. One example of a molecule with a trigonal pyramidal geometry is ammonia (NH3).
Trigonalidae Trigonalidae (sometimes spelled Trigonalyidae but the former spelling has formal precedence; see the Trigonalidae Website) is one of the more unusual families of hymenopteran insects, of indeterminate affinity within the suborder Apocrita (though sometimes believed to be related to the Evanioidea), and presently placed in its own superfamily, Trigonaloidea. These wasps are extremely rare but surprisingly diverse, with some 90 species in over 15 genera, and are known from all parts of the world.
Trigonobalanus Trigonobalanus is a genus of three species of evergreen trees in the family Fagaceae, related to beeches and chestnuts. The species are widely scattered, with one in northern South America and two in southeast Asia; some botanists treat the three species in separate genera.
Trigonometric function In mathematics, the trigonometric functions are functions of an angle; they are important when studying triangles and modeling periodic phenomena, among many other applications. They are commonly defined as ratios of two sides of a right triangle containing the angle, and can equivalently be defined as the lengths of various line segments from a unit circle.
Trigonometric integral In mathematics, the trigonometric integrals are a family of integrals which involve trigonometric functions. A number of the basic trigonometric integrals are discussed at the list of integrals of trigonometric functions.
Trigonometric polynomial In the mathematical subfield of numerical analysis, a trigonometric polynomial is a finite linear combination of sin(nx) and cos(nx) with n a natural number. Hence the term trigonometric polynomial as the sin(nx)s and cos(nx)s are used similar to the monomial basis for a polynomial.
Trigonometry Trigonometry (from the Greek Trigona = three angles and metron = measure ) is a branch of mathematics which deals with triangles, particularly triangles in a plane where one angle of the triangle is 90 degrees (right angled triangles). Triangles on a sphere are also studied, in spherical trigonometry.
Trigonosaurus Trigonosaurus was a titanosaurian sauropod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now Brazil. The type species, Trigonosaurus pricei, was first described by Campos, Kellner, Bertini, and Santucci in 2005.
Trigrad Gap Trigrad Gap (Trigradska Sedlovina tri-'grad-ska se-dlo-vi-'na) is a saddle of 500m height in the Delchev Ridge in the Tangra Mountains of eastern Livingston Island, Antarctica. The gap is bounded to the southwest by Spartacus Peak and to the northeast by Yavorov Peak.
Trigram search Trigram search is a powerful method of searching for text when the exact syntax or spelling of the target object is not precisely known. It finds objects which match the maximum number of three character strings in the entered search terms, i.
Trigram tagger A trigram tagger is a statistical part-of-speech tagger based on second order Markov models. It is trained on a text corpus as a method to predict the next word, taking the product of the probabilities of unigram, bigram and trigram.
Trigraph (orthography) A trigraph (from the Greek words treis = three and graphein = write) is a group of three letters used to represent a single sound or a combination of sounds that does not correspond to the written letters combined. For example, in the word schilling, the trigraph "sch" represents the sound of "sh".
Trihatma Kusuma Haliman Trihatma Kusuma Haliman is the founder of the Agung Podomoro Group that has substantial interests in various residential, commercial, office and multi-purpose building developments in Indonesia. Started in the early 1990's, the group expanded to other locations around Jakarta and today they are one of the biggest developer in Indonesia with an estimated project capitalization of USD 1.
Triholm railway station, Victoria Triholm was a railway station on the Strezlecki line in South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. The station was opened in 1922, and was later closed in 1941, after being the line's terminus station since the closure or Strezlecki Station in 1930.
Trichina Trichina is the common name for species of roundworm of the phylum Nematoda. The species Trichinella spiralis is an important parasite, occurring in rats, pigs, and humans, and is responsible for the disease trichinosis.
Trichloroisocyanuric acid Trichloroisocyanuric acid (C3Cl3N3O3), also known as Symclosene, trichloro-s-triazinetrione, and trichlor, is a chemical compound used as an industrial disinfectant and a reagent in organic synthesis. Hiegel, G.
Trichocereus scopulicolus Trichocereus scopulicolus is a type of cactus native to Bolivia, which contains psychedelic compounds. Many claim this species contains mescaline, but there has never been any official studies done, so any speculation about its properties are without solid scientific support.
Trichoceridae Trichoceridae, or winter crane flies, of the order Diptera are long, thin, delicate insects superficially similar in appearance to the Tipulidae, Tanyderidae, and Ptychopteridae. The presence of ocelli distinguishes the Trichoceridae from these other families.
Trichocyst A trichocyst is structure in the cortex of certain ciliate and flagellate protozoans consisting of a cavity and long, thin threads that can be ejected in response to certain stimuli. Trichocysts may be widely distributed over an organism or restricted to certain areas.
Trichodesmium Trichodesmium, also called sea sawdust, is a genus of filamentous cyanobacteria. They are found in nutrient poor tropical and subtropical ocean waters (particularly around Australia, where they were first described by Captain Cook).
Trichogramma The wasps of genus Trichogramma are some of the most widely-studied agents of biological control in the field of entomology. Trichogramma wasps are tiny Hymenopteran insects, measuring 1 millimeter in length or less, that parasitize the eggs of many types of agricultural pest insects.
Trichology Trichology is the branch of medicine that deals with the scientific study of the health of hair and scalp. Trichologists themselves are not normally medically qualified although members of the medical profession can undertake courses and/or careers within trichology.
Tricholoma The genus Tricholoma contains a large number of fairly fleshy white-spored gilled mushrooms which are found worldwide generally growing in woodland. These are ectomycorrhizal fungi, existing in a symbiotic relationship with various species of coniferous or broad-leaved trees.
Tricholomataceae The Tricholomataceae is a large family of mushrooms within the Agaricales. A classic "wastebasket taxon", the Tricholomataceae is inclusive of any white-, yellow-, or pink-spored genus in the Agaricales not already classified as belonging to the Amanitaceae, Lepiotaceae, Hygrophoraceae, Pluteaceae, or Entolomataceae.
Trichomonas vaginalis Trichomonas vaginalis, an anaerobic, parasitic flagellated protozoan, is the causative agent of trichomoniasis, and is the most common pathogenic protozoan infection of humans in industrialized countries. The WHO has estimated that 180 million infections are acquired annually worldwide.
Trichomycosis axillaris Trichomycosis axillaris is a superficial bacterial colonization of the hair shafts in sweat glandâ€“bearing areas, such as the armpits and the pubic area. It is a trivial disease of worldwide occurrence that is believed to be caused by the genus Corynebacteria (mostly Corynebacterium tenuis).
Trichomycteridae Pencil or parasitic catfishes are small fishes of the family Trichomycteridae (order Siluriformes), comprising about 42 genera and 178 species. Many species are considered to be parasitic fishes, including the infamous "candiru" or vampire catfish (Vandellia sp.
Trichonympha Trichonympha is a genus of metamonad protists (relatives of the infamous Giardia parasites) that live in the intestines of many, if not most, termite species. They are important symbiotes, in that they break down the cellulose in the wood and plant fibers their hosts eat.
Trichophilia Trichophilia is a paraphilia in which one becomes sexually aroused by, or is extremely fond of, human hair (usually cephalic); this may be of hair in general or different hairstyles, colours, texture, or sheen.
Trichophycus pedum Trichophycus pedum (or Treptichnus pedum; formerly Phycodes pedum) is regarded as the earliest wide-spread complex trace fossil. Its earliest appearance, which was contemporaneous with the last of the Ediacaran biota, is used to define the dividing line between the Ediacaran and Cambrian Periods.
Trichoplax Trichoplax adhaerens is a simple balloon-like marine animal with a body cavity filled with pressurized fluid. It is given its own phylum, called Placozoa; the only other species, Treptoplax reptans, was described in 1896 and has not been seen since, leading to doubts about its existence.
Trichord In music, especially in musical set theory, a trichord is a collection of three pitch classes, often one of the four ordered trichords in a tone row or set form. Trichords may be used to create derived rows and invariance.
Trichostatin A Trichostatin A is an organic compound that serves as an antifungal antibiotic and selectively inhibits the mammalian histone deacetylase enzyme. TSA inhibits the eukaryotic cell cycle during the beginning of the growth stage.
Trichostema lanceolatum The annual herb of the mint family Trichostema lanceolatum is commonly known as vinegar weed because its foliage contains volatile oils that have a strong vinegar odor. Other common names for the plant include terpentine weed and camphor weed.
Trichromatic color vision Trichromatic color vision is the ability of humans and some other animals to see different colors, mediated by interactions among three types of color-sensing cone cells. The trichromatic color theory began in the 18th century, when Thomas Young proposed that color vision was a result of three different photoreceptors.
Trichur Round Thrissur Round is the local name for circular road in the center of the city of Thrissur, of Kerala, south India, surrounding the small hill on which the Vadakkunnathan Temple to Shiva is built. This temple dominates the local landscape.
Trichy Tollgate The Trichy Tollagate is a place on the outskirts of Trichy and traditionally used for collecting toll taxes from road users. The road splits into four directions, one going towards Samayapuram, one towards Chennai, one towards Trichi town and other towards Lalgudi.
Triinu Kivilaan Triinu Kivilaan (born January 13, 1989 in Viljandi, Estonia) is an Estonian vocalist and former model, best-known as a former member of the popular girl group Vanilla Ninja. She had been modelling for several years when she replaced Maarja Kivi in the group in 2004, having met the other members of the group a year earlier.
Trijicon Trijicon (pronounced <I>TrĂ®j-Ă®-(kĂ˛n)</I>) is an American company, based in Wixom, MI, that manufactures and distributes optical sighting devices ("scopes") for firearms, including pistols, rifles, and shotguns.
Trik Turner Trik Turner is a rapcore-alternative band founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1999. The band is best known for their only significant hit "Friends and Family," which reached the Top Ten on the Billboard Modern Rock chart and received airplay on VH1 and Adult Contemporary television and radio formats.
Trikaya The Trikaya doctrine (Sanskrit, literally "Three bodies or personalities"; ä¸‰čş« Chinese: SÄnshĂ©n, Japanese: sanjin) is an important Buddhist teaching both on the nature of reality, and what a Buddha is. By the 4th century CE the Trikaya Doctrine had assumed the form that we now know.
Trikitixa The trikitixa or eskusoinu ("hand sound") is a two-row Basque diatonic button accordion, with right-hand rows keyed a fifth apart and twelve unisonoric bass buttons. The trikitixa is known since the early 19th century, when it was imported to Basque Country through Italy and the port Bilbao.
Trikonic |>*k, or trikonic, is a technique of triadic analysis-synthesis which has been developed by Gary Richmond based on the original idea of a possible applied science making three categorial distinctions, which philosopher Charles S. Peirce, itâ€™s creator, called â€śTrichotomic.
Triks Triks are small soccer trading cards, featuring players and teams from the Spanish soccer league. They are about an inch in length, and are in the shape of a pentagon, with numerous notches which lets them be combined together to form much larger structures.