tertius


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tertius

(ˈtɜːʃəs)
n
third (in a group)
References in classic literature ?
I thought it was odd his name was Tertius," said the bright-faced matron, "but of course it's a name in the family.
Confirmation-guided discovery of first-order rules with tertius.
Earlier, Tertius Zongo, the prime minister, said that 150,000 people across the country had been left homeless.
Tertius Stapelberg has relocated from Ernst & Young in South Africa to lead the development of this service line.
He dictated them to a secretary--in Romans 16:22 the scribe actually gives himself a plug: "I, Tertius, the writer of this letter.
In response to market interest and the fact that clients increasingly need independent support to review their processes and systems, Tertius Stapelberg has relocated from Ernst & Young in South Africa to lead the development of this service line in Bahrain.
mus tertius Consultor aliam movet quaestionem, utrum, videlicet, in canone praevideri debeant conventiones initae ab Apostolica Sede cum variis Nationibus tantum vel etiam cum aliis entibus quae, iure internationali, personalitate iuridica internationali gaudent.
The Klagsbrun portion of the show--a dozen elegant, wall-based constructions of framed original and found images--was called "Drawings from Tlon," after Borges's classic tale "Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius.
Myron Bronson Chittenden 9 1,755 414 Tertius Reynolds Franklin 6 693 143 Edmund Wait Grand Isle 11 1,149 361 RHODE ISLAND.
24 plays are examined in the text, including Legge's Richard Tertius, Shakespeare's King Henry the Sixth, Parts One, Two, and Three, Peele's Edward the First, Marlowe's Edward the Second, Drue's The Life of the Duchess of Suffolke and others.
That condition had recently been written up by Alexander Monro Tertius, the Professor of Anatomy and Surgery (De Morbida Aesophagi Intestinorumque Structura), as well as by Astley Cooper (114) in his famous two-volume monograph (enormous both in concept and sheer physical size, and dedicated to Alexander Monro, Barry's Professor), so the subject could be considered to be topical.