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trip·li·cate

 (trĭp′lĭ-kĭt)
n.
One of a set of three identical objects or copies.
tr.v. (-kāt′) trip·li·cat·ed, trip·li·cat·ing, trip·li·cates
1. To make threefold; triple.
2. To make three identical copies of.

[From Middle English, triple, from Latin triplicātus, past participle of triplicāre, to triple, from triplex, triplic-, threefold; see triplex.]

trip′li·cate·ly adv.
trip′li·ca′tion n.
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Dieterle sees three intrigues in the play (those of Simo, Harpax/his master, and Ballio), but one could see them as all part of the same thing: it is Pseudolus' tongue-twisting self-display (704-6) which creates the sense of triplication. See A.
A complicating factor in the interpretation of isozyme polymorphisms in this species is the probable occurrence of gene triplication resulting from allohexaploidy (Barrett and Shore 1989).
In other words, the duplication (and, even more so, triplication) of disguise foregrounds its ultimate agency in the work of the actor.
In "Tarde de agosto" there has occurred not only a split but a triplication of the self into a protagonist (the adolescent of the events narrated who existed "then"), a narratee "you" (the "you" who never forgot the afternoon and who exists "now"), and an implied "I" who can reinterpret one for the other.(3) Statements such as "you thought then" imply a knowledge of what you think now or at least that you no longer think as you did then, offering evidence of the connection that would be implied were the narratee an older version of the protagonist.
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I subjected myself to an objective examination, I discovered my blackness, my ethnic characteristics; and I was battered down by tom-toms, cannibalism, intellectual deficiency, fetishism, racial defects, slave-ships, and above all else, above all: 'Sho good eatin.' (112) (emphasis added) Fanon's ontological triplication illustrates the manner in which the Black colonial subject becomes a representation, for his physicality, race, and forebears while recalling internalized stereotypes of blackness and African identity--from "cannibalism and fetishism" to African-American southern identity--"Sho good eatin'".