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Dyads, triads and small "working team" groups can all be effective.
Cohn discusses the historical development and use of augmented triads in music theory treatises and compositions during the long nineteenth century in chapter 3 ("Reciprocity").
Wayne Mitchell, npower's industrial and commercial markets director, added: "We're always working to help businesses take control of their energy costs, and planning to manage Triads is a key part of an integrated energy strategy.
Triads have been credited with helping to introduce heroin to Britian on a large scale as they tightened their grip on the country's drug trade.
The name Triad is supposed to represent the harmony between heaven, Earth and man.
I am not surprised to read the Triads are here too.
TRIAD gangsters are flooding Scotland with fake cigarettes after reading how the country is the 'sick man of Europe'.
Collin Donaldson, managing director of Triads, said the company had taken a couple of new staff on to help update the site, which now has hundreds of items for sale on line including designer brands such as Gucci and Prada.
The Triads, on the other hand, are described as "obsessively territorial maniacs." The South Side Hoods, whose turf is the projects, have a style consisting of "gold chains, rings and teeth, branded street wear, hooded sweatshirts, and platinum." They are gangsters, of the hip-hop generation, as opposed to the businessmen associated with the Leone family.
Officials at the Hong Kong Jockey Club had already warned the Jockey Club in Britain that Triads were meeting regularly with top UK-based jockeys.
Triad violence was first seen on Irish streets when an all-out street battle broke out between rival gangs in Dublin in July 1979.