Trisoctahedron

Tris*oc`ta*he"dron

(?), n. [Gr. thrice + FE. octahedron.] (Crystallog.) A solid of the isometric system bounded by twenty-four equal faces, three corresponding to each face of an octahedron.
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Tetragonal trisoctahedron, a trisoctahedron each face of which is a quadrilateral; called also trapezohedron and icositetrahedron. -- Trigonal trisoctahedron, a trisoctahedron each face of which is an isosceles triangle.
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Tri"spast

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Tri*spas"ton

(?), } n. [NL. trispaston, fr. Gr. drawn threefold; (see Tri-) + to draw.] (Mech.) A machine with three pulleys which act together for raising great weights. Brande & C.
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