He is the only chance the Democrats have for holding the White House, so he can afford to engage in triangulation.
McCain trotted out his own version of triangulation, pivoting from the president to the Senate Democratic leader.
Even while ratcheting up his rhetoric against the GOP, Obama also engaged in a bit of Clintonian triangulation.
But there is no talk of triangulation; instead just a fact-defying rush to reinforce old narratives.
This is triangulation, except that in this case most of the public is against Obama.
The triangulation of the country about Mount Ararat had been completed.
In surveying, the base on which the triangulation is founded.
In 1533, Gemma Frisius laid down the principles of topographical survey by triangulation.
These operations are carried on by what is called a system of triangulation.
He learns much of triangulation and of aneroid computations.
A method of determining the relative positions of points in space by measuring the distances, and sometimes angles, between those points and other reference points whose positions are known. Triangulation often involves the use of trigonometry. It is commonly used in the navigation of aircraft and boats, and is the method used in the Global Positioning System , in which the reference points are satellites.