Triple

Triple, a doublet of "treble" or "threefold" (from Latin triplus, "triple"; cf. "double" from duplus), is used in several contexts:

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Triple Test
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Triple J Hottest 100, 1993
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2MMM
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Famous quotes containing the word triple:

    And DANTE searched the triple spheres,
    Moulding nature at his will,
    So shaped, so colored, swift or still,
    And, sculptor-like, his large design
    Etched on Alp and Apennine.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The triple pillar of the world transformed
    Into a strumpet’s fool.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    And we fairies, that do run
    By the triple Hecate’s team
    From the presence of the sun,
    Following darkness like a dream,
    Now are frolic. Not a mouse
    Shall disturb this hallowed house.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)