tertius


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tertius

(ˈtɜːʃəs)
n
third (in a group)
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I thought it was odd his name was Tertius," said the bright-faced matron, "but of course it's a name in the family.
Tertius and Arthur are inseparable, with Tertius accompanying Arthur to the office where he demonstrates his agility by leaping and springing about, not breaking a thing.
This purchase is in line with our strategic plans for acquisitions in geographies and categories where we have an existing presence,' says Pioneer Foods' CEO Tertius Carstens.
Tagenarine Chanderpaul (son of Windies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul), Corbin Bosch (son of South Africa player Tertius Bosch) and Hashen Ramanayake (son of Sri Lanka pace bowler Champaka Ramanayake) all played in the 2014 edition in the United Arab Emirates.
Axis Communications, a global leader in the network video market, has appointed Tertius Wolfaardt as its business development manager, A&E (architects and engineers) for the Middle East and Africa (MEA) region.
Axis Communications has appointed Tertius Wolfaardt as its business development manager for architects and engineers in the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
Hace cinco siglos los primeros franciscanos se distanciaron de su cosmovision de Orbis Tertius (mundo de tres continentes) para venir a predicar al Orbis Novus (nuevo mundo).
The condylus tertius is the medial residue of the hypochordal arch.
For the Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius story does not presume the hyperreal as given, but rather it allegorizes the pattern of its expansion" (99).
Collateral Tertius 1 (one)% of the total bid value.
These are Callisto Madavo, Mano River Union; Tertius Zongo, Sahel Region; and Gunilla Carlsson, Horn of Africa.
England's Steven Finn (far right) is congratulated by team-mates after taking |the wicket of India's Axar Patel yesterday PICTURE: AP PHOTO / TERTIUS PICKARD