Her triad helps us understand what postmodernism is doing to us.
Abby Ellin visits the next frontier of nuptials: the "triad."
As with a couple, the key to making a triad work is communication.
The Clinton triad united for the final event of the summit, with Bill, Hillary, and Chelsea appearing together on stage.
It is still based on maintaining thousands of hydrogen bombs in a triad of missiles, subs, and bombers.
The most important of these are the Ṛibhus who form a triad, and are addressed in eleven hymns.
Dined with the ever hospitable and kind hearted de Robeck on triad.
Such were the mingled sentiments of the triad, as they went upstairs to bed, linked together in their curious fashion.
So, by 2.30, I made my last salute to the last of the old lot and boarded the triad.
Here there is a plane of symmetry perpendicular to the triad axis.
triad tri·ad (trī'ād', -əd)
A collection of three things or symptoms having something in common.
The transverse tubule, and the terminal cisternae on each side of it, in a skeletal muscle fiber.