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Synonyms for triplet

Synonyms for triplet

the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one and one

one of three offspring born at the same time from the same pregnancy

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a set of three similar things considered as a unit

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In the days before ultrasound scans their parents, who already had a fouryear-old son Eric, had no idea that triplets were on the way.
HERE are the world's most identical triplets - three stunning blonde models who lead exactly matching lifestyles.
16) compared triplet and singleton preterm infants and found no differences between two groups in terms of perinatal parameters, respiratory parameters and neonatal complications, including ROP.
THEY might have turned two, Y but for the parents of identical triplets Ffion, Maddison and Paige, telling them apart continues to be a challenge.
Although the independent triplet, Erin, was not affected by the shared blood supply, her life could have been in danger if the condition led to an infection in the womb or premature labour, or if the surgery went wrong.
DURHAM-BASED digital agency Triplet Media has received an award for its work on West Yorkshire Police's website.
IN the hunt for something completely different in the depths of the Examiner archives system, we came across the following: 'The King's bounty has been applied for by Mrs Michael Conroy, to whom triplet boys were born at her Bath Street, Huddersfield home on Monday.
In 2006, triplet births occurred at the rate of 153.
Her book, Walk With Us, details how she and her partner Kaki, who are white lesbian Quakers, reached out to Tahija, an African American Muslim, who soon became the mother of triplet boys.
London, June 5 (ANI): In what may be called a very unusual happening, a triplet from Michigan has given birth to her own set of three baby boys.
The triplet adds to earlier evidence that supermassive black holes and galaxies grow in lockstep.
The smallest triplet, Elyssa, weighed in at just three pounds and 11 ounces.
He includes straightforward ballades with only an occasional triplet, as well as relentless ostinati (a la "Linus and Lucy"), shifting Latin rhythms, hemiolic passages and some more challenging keys (b-flat minor, D-flat major).
Rate * of Triplet and Other Higher-Order Multiple Births--United States, 1980-2003
The question was posed by my grandson Luke Klein-Collins as he rode with his dad and triplet brothers Seth and Jonah in suburban Chicago.