1. being threefold; a classification into three parts or subclasses
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How To Use trichotomy In A Sentence

  • Phylogenetic relationships inferred from hsp 82 depicted the rotifer class Seisonidea as the sister taxon of a monophyletic trichotomy that included Acanthocephala, Bdelloidea, and Monogononta.
  • Aristotle's philosophical view is trichotomy , which advocates a middle course philosophy.
  • Accordingly, we have treated these deeper relationships as unresolved, as shown by the trichotomy below these groups.
  • Gilani said that his two-year-old government was following the principle of 'trichotomy' enshrined in the Constitution, which draws "red lines" about the spheres of parliament, executive and the judiciary. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Both clades, together with H. bastetanum, form a trichotomy that it is separate from H. suaveolens.
  • Thus, the relationship appears to be close to a trichotomy (i.e. a single event colonizing both subantarctic island groups) and may prove very difficult to resolve with confidence.
  • I thought the "trifling trichotomy" was kinda clever, too! Eat, Drink, and Be from Mississippi (copy)
  • Perhaps the most accepted and applied taxonomy of motivation is the trichotomy developed and operationalized by McClelland.
  • Rather they find a trichotomy of ducks, geese, and a Cereopsis-Cnemiornis clade.
  • The argument comes down to considering a trichotomy,
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