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among the city's cultural institutions, the art museum, the symphony orchestra, and the opera company reign as the supreme triumvirate
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And what makes the Russia-Egypt-China triumvirate so interesting is that their leaders are all around the same age.
Takeover Shows Contrast in Everton Success On & Off the Pitch) That has led to a marked improvement in the England Under-21s performances and, alongside Wayne Rooney and Idrissa Gueye, has formed a new talented triumvirate in the middle of the park.
For starters, that’s a young triumvirate: McDaniels himself is only 41, Eberflus 47, Peetz 34.
Jurgen Klopp's men already have one foot in the quarter final of Europe's premier competition following an emphatic 5-0 victory over Porto at the Estadio do Dragao where the Reds attacking triumvirate notched all five goals between them.
Both, from the same owner-triumvirate, are infused with creativity and a joie de vivre vigor, all of which should be commended.
Horus, the third emblem and brother to Isis and Osiris, completed the titular triumvirate.
The triumvirate combines the savvy integrity of the Oracle of Omaha, as America’s most admired investor is known; the leadership status and financial muscle of the country’s largest bank; and, crucially, Amazon.
At Disney, the speculation is that Jennifer Lee (Frozen) and Zootopia co-directors Rich Moore and Byron Howard will form a triumvirate.
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The first triumvirate of the Roman Republic, which consisted of Julius Caesar, Pompey, and Crassus, was simply an alliance or partnership, not a formal institution of the government. The alliance didn't last long, however, and Caesar eventually emerged with total power. This led to his assassination, after which a second triumvirate took over, with Octavian, Mark Antony, and Lepidus dividing the Roman world among themselves. But these triumvirs also soon turned on one another, with Octavian alone taking power; in time he would become Rome's first emperor.
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: a group of three people who share a position of authority or power
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