Comprised of Axwell and childhood friends Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, the Swedish troika are full-fledged superstars.
Couric could be a Today co-host, perhaps as part of a troika with Curry, who had already been offered the job.
He is already not quite Dole/McCain/Romney, the troika calumniated as sellouts by Cruz at his CPAC speech last week.
The CPR was supposed to be the progressive counterweight among the troika of parties that governed Tunisia before Sheratongate.
Curiously, the biggest fans of the secret hold seem to be the Senate Tea Party troika of Jim DeMint, Mike Lee, and Rand Paul.
Katina instantly flew off to summon the driver of the troika in which Paul and Trevisa had made their journey from Slavowitz.
My new driver now appears and calls out "The troika is ready."
But in town, whizzing past other carriages, hearing the shouts of the idvosjik, "troika!"
If I wished to follow the course of the troika, the road on the right was the one to choose.
To assume, as Mr. Gladstone does, that Homer lived within fifty years after the troika, is to make a purely gratuitous assumption.
1842, "carriage drawn by three horses abreast," from Russian troika "three-horse team, any group of three," from collective numeral troe "three" + diminutive suffix -ka. Sense of "any group of three administrators, triumvirate" is first recorded 1945.