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Synonyms for triad

Synonyms for triad

Synonyms for triad

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

a set of three similar things considered as a unit

three people considered as a unit

a three-note major or minor chord


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Triad Financial Services will use the AIP's Portfolio Overview Suite, which helps servicers proactively monitor and manage their operations through the use of key performance metrics; and AIP's Lien Alert Suite, which provides servicers with instant notifications about key lien-related indicators on loans in their portfolio.
This was not the first time the President claimed that the Bamboo Triad has been supplying illegal drugs to the Philippines.
In addition, some perfectionism traits are also closely tied to individuals with Dark Triad personalities.
Investment in the company's leadership team, business development capability, media campaign analytics and corporate infrastructure has allowed Triad to deliver world-class services while undergoing rapid growth.
The Speed Triad implant comes ready-to-use on a pre-loaded insertion tool.
In a triad or larger group, the participants need to put effort toward teamwork over tasks and thus less time is put toward performing the tasks.
The free app can be downloaded for iPhones, iPads, Android devices, and Windows phones by searching for "Performance Triad."
That encouragement has again put Triad at the top of Investment Advisor's "Top 25 Independent Broker-Dealers by Friendliness to Advisors" list (see listing on next page; this is a correction of what appeared in the June issue of IA) and is paying off, Mettelman said, in attracting not just entrepreneurial reps but also increasing the average revenue per rep.
By providing crucial historical evidence and persuasive analytical tools, Cohn urges musicians to reconsider and reimagine the status of the triad, tonality, and compositional thought in the long nineteenth century.
Through the Chapter 11 process, Triad said it hoped to maximize the value of the business for the benefit of its creditors.
npower offers a Triad warning service for customers, issuing a prediction of when a Triad period is likely to occur a day in advance so that businesses can make an informed choice on how to manage their consumption and reduce the impact of National Grid fees.
The author and her colleagues' TRIAD model (Sarama, Clements, Starkey, Klein, & Wakeley, 2008), including the "Building Blocks" curriculum, have significantly and substantially increased preschooler's mathematical competence, both in previous studies (Clements & Sarama, 2008, g = 1.07) and in their present, largest implementation (Clements, Sarama, Spitler, Lange, & Wolfe, in press, g = 0.72).
Police have met with difficulties in tackling Triad crime in the UK because they are often deeply ingrained in to Chinese communities and gang members are likely to be illegal immigrants.