At the top of the pyramid is AQIM, under which are a myriad of different groups each with their own agendas.
As the pyramid grew, the teen struggled to manage his responsibilities at home, in school and with his sham company.
“This pyramid monster hotel will monopolize all the business in the city,” CEO Reto Wittwer said.
Finally, a pyramid constructed from Germany army helmets in New York City in 1918.
pyramid was an afternoon television staple in the '70s and '80s that brought Clark a daytime audience and three Emmy awards.
A shell or an operculum, may be spiral, without being produced into a pyramid.
I gave them to her up on the platform; 221it was a pyramid in a lace paper—the bouquet.
Pekuah descended to the tents, and the rest entered the pyramid.
The pyramid wavered and Glover, helpless, spread his hands wide.
A hundred feet from the door began the broad jade-green steps of a stair that tapered toward the top like the side of a pyramid.
1550s (earlier in Latin form piramis, late 14c.), from French pyramide (Old French piramide "obelisk, stela," 12c.), from Latin pyramides, plural of pyramis "one of the pyramids of Egypt," from Greek pyramis (plural pyramides) "a pyramid," apparently an alteration of Egyptian pimar "pyramid." Financial sense is from 1911. Related: Pyramidal.
pyramid pyr·a·mid (pĭr'ə-mĭd)
A solid figure with a polygonal base and triangular faces that meet at a common point.
A structure or part shaped like a pyramid.