three-pronged


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Adj.1.three-pronged - having three prongs
divided - separated into parts or pieces; "opinions are divided"
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An ax will be useful, a hunting spear not bad, but a three-pronged fork will be best of all: a Frenchman is no heavier than a sheaf of rye.
She thought of the child consigned to the nethermost corner of hell, as its double doom for lack of baptism and lack of legitimacy; saw the arch-fiend tossing it with his three-pronged fork, like the one they used for heating the oven on baking days; to which picture she added many other quaint and curious details of torment sometimes taught the young in this Christian country.
The launch of a multi-state coalition to sue the federal government is the first step in Governor Cuomo's three-pronged effort to fight the federal tax assault on New York, as announced in his 2018 State of the State Address.
The project involves the continuous three-pronged expansion or in sections (about 3 km in length) four-tracked expansion of the existing, 73-km-long, double-track line 2270th The railway stations in the correct direction overhaul facilities to be built.
The court found support for the applicability of the three-pronged all-events test to cost basis in the legislative history of the Deficit Reduction Act of 1984, P.
One way to simplify the process for clients who are in need of an easy-to-manage accumulation strategy for the long term is to introduce a simple, three-pronged approach where a larger percentage of the client's assets are in principal protected products.
The meeting after reviewing different water related issues and availability of water decided to distribute water under three-pronged formula.
The Foundation is dedicated to attacking the scourge of Alzheimer's disease with a three-pronged assault focused on Cause, Care and Cure.
95), offer a holistic, three-pronged approach to breaking out of the habits that are dragging you down.
Charged with promoting campaign finance reform when he joined Pew in the mid-1990s, Treglia came up with a three-pronged strategy: 1) pursue an expansive agenda through incremental reforms; 2) pay for a handful of 'experts' all over the country with foundation money; and 3) create fake business, minority and religious groups to pound the table for reform," recounted Sager.
But Parma are far from impenetrable at the back and they will struggle to contain Gianfranco Zola and Antonio Langella, who are expected to play either side of Esposito in a three-pronged Cagliari attack.
of Defense (DoD) research partnership saves the federal government money and improves the readiness of our military's weapons systems through a three-pronged strategy: