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triarch

(ˈtraɪɑːk)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics one of three rulers of a triarchy
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"We were really aiming for a higher-end product that you wouldn't really expect to find in student housing," Chris DeAngelis, founder of TriArch said.
10 November 2016 - US-based real estate private equity firm Pebb Capital's US-based Collegium Capital student housing unit, through a joint venture with California-based real estate investment firm Rockwood Capital and New York-based real estate firm TriArch Real Estate Group, has acquired 98 apartment units at 13-19 E.
The roots were either diarch with two primary xylem strands or triarch with three primary xylem strands cleaving into two or three wide secondary xylem lobes.
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