The list of their names and functions is given in the tripartite.
These tripartite treaties were of course to stand or fall together.
For example, are we to attribute his tripartite division of the soul to the gods?
From its tripartite boughs are made yearly thousands upon thousands of the three-pronged forks used in agriculture.
This worm had a tripartite body; as had likewise a Tnia crassicollis of which he did not possess the head (corpore prismatico).
But those of six lines may belong either to the bipartite (a a a, a a a) or to the tripartite class (a a, a a, a a).
Thus this tripartite division is not contrary to that which made the study of wisdom to consist in action and contemplation.
The tripartite division in Genesis x. indicates a somewhat strict geographical separation of the three main trunks.
Next day there was another meeting on the same raft, but this was tripartite, for the King of Prussia was present.
But this tripartite angel died unborn, for in 1837 Chopin found himself deserted by her.