eternal triangle


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eternal triangle

n
an emotional relationship in which there are conflicts involving three people
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Ten essays are: the hand lines (2013); a correspondence with Chiharu Shiota (2013); the works of Chiharu Shiotaua study (2012); memory, dreaming and death (2012); eloquent silence (2011); the work of dreams (2008); what lies in the world of silence (2007); something wriggling in the distant quietude, where Chiharu Shiota belongs (2007); the allegory of absence (2003); Chiharu ShiotaAEs way into silence: moving inside the eternal triangle in art.
He and Melisande marry but six months later Golaud's half-brother Pelleas appears, and an eternal triangle situation develops between them.
MAC pay tribute to this eternal triangle with a collection.
30pm) More eternal triangle trauma as toxic Tracy accuses barking Becky of sleeping with Steve.
People in an eternal triangle are capable of anything," he said.
After he drove back from Poland after Christmas 2007, he and Mrs Rodgers met at his home "against a background of the emotional and conflicting demands of the eternal triangle of a wife and another woman".
Once back in Wrex-ham, he and Mrs Rodgers met at his home and "against a background of the emotional and conflicting demands of the eternal triangle of a wife and another woman", Mr Chambers said, he lost his temper and strangled his lover.
For those who view politics as essentially a psycho-drama, and the story of New Labour as an eternal triangle involving its three prime movers, there is probably something in this.