Examples of triumvirate in a Sentence
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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The third member of the former champions trio Rickie Fowler could only shoot 74, while another big-name triumvirate to misfire was that of Rory McIlroy (71), Jordan Spieth (75) and Justin Thomas (73).
Liverpool took full advantage of the spaces provided by Roma, led by the devastating triumvirate of Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane in full destruction mode.
But the real treat: A creme brulee triumvirate - mini portions of pomegranate, blueberry and cinnamon.
Together, the triumvirate brought a decisive ingredient for OKR success: conviction and buy-in at the top.
With Wednesday’s 5-0 Game 4 victory over the Flyers, the former combined for and have combined for nine goals thus far in this series. Patrick has the lone goal of the latter triumvirate.
Other families pass down jewelry or antique furniture, but for the Yeager clan, the holy triumvirates of family heirlooms are root starts of asparagus, horseradish, and rhubarb.
Snapchat, for example, which relies heavily on the trigger-action-reward triumvirate, also uses a powerful trick to get users to open the app daily.
Atkinson is part of a triumvirate of senior linebackers -- along with middle linebacker Deshaun Davis and strongside linebacker Darrell Williams -- set to bolster the middle of Auburn's defense this fall.
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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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