tripart

tripart

(ˈtraɪˌpɑːt)
adj
composed of three parts
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KARACHI -- Dow University of Health Sciences, one of the prominent universities for medical education in the country and abroad, has signed a tripart MoU on promoting and operating eDoctor program and its Trained Lady Doctors.
The reviewer was also puzzled by the tripart organization of her study.
At the center of this tripart relationship is a nexus of alignment where students engage in mathematics content through real world contexts that reflect their experiential knowledge, interests, and priorities.
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"From being a con- tent only partnership, it is now a tripart Google-UTurn- Unilever partnership.We now have content integration and custom content integration alongside 100 per cent SOV on advertising on the YouTube UTurn content and channels."
Together, the two agreements formed a tripart alliance
The limitations of this notion of collective judgment can be identified most clearly by contrast with Hariman's (2003) tripart model of normative prudence, calculative prudence, and performative prudence.
Proceeding under its tripart justification, the Court ultimately held that section 441b was irreconcilable with the First Amendment's protection of political speech and, therefore, was unconstitutional.
Where Houshiary (and partner Pip Horne, an architect who frequently collaborates with Houshiary on three-dimensional works) initially drew the leading of the panes of glass convulsing around the central oval from all edges of the tripart window, the end design is much more rigid, the regularity only breaking in towards the oval at the closest few panes.
(59) See Dutton's persuasive argument for the contemporary relevance of Lear and especially of Edgar's reunification of the tripart British island.
With respect to the traditional tripart division of the mystical way, mansions one to three correspond to the purgative way, four and five to the illuminative way, and six and seven to the unitive way.