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three-square

(thrē′skwâr′)
adj.
Having an equilateral triangular cross section: a three-square file.

three-square

adj
(Tools) having a cross section that is an equilateral triangle: a three-square file.

three′-square′



adj.
having an equilateral triangular cross section: a three-square file.
[1400–50]
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Hennebery Eddy Architects and Ankrom Moisan Architects were the only local firms to get the maximum three-square rating in that particular area.
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(b) The 'two-square', 'three-square' and cube stimuli will be used for testing the second hypothesis (i.e.
The 'three-squares' stimulus consisted of a sphere with three square plates.
The 'three-squares' model was placed with two of its square faces in an identical position to those of the 'two-squares' model whilst its third face was horizontal and above them.
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Yes, in the "easy" case of three-squares. Yet even this, my best example, has a couple of uncommon words.
This note only covers simple cyclical three-squares since its main intent is to present a challenge-to Mike Keith and other computer power jockeys--to find the largest magic word square.