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Abraham
   ,   
Martin, John
"Abraham, Martin & John" is a 1968 song written by Dick Holler in tribute to the memories of icons of social change, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Jr., John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy.
Aello
   ,   
Ocypete, Celaeno.
3 ancient Greek Harpies.
Alvin
   ,   
Simon, Theodore
The Chipmunks
Anthracite
   ,   
Lignite, Bituminous
The three types of coal
Athos
   ,   
Porthos, Aramis
The Three Musketeers, from the book by Alexandre Dumas
Bacon
   ,   
Lettuce, Tomato
Favorite sandwich
Beg
   ,   
Borrow, Steal
Colloquialism reflecting one's determination to obtain something
Brahma
   ,   
Vishnu, Maheshwara.
Indian Gods.
Butcher
   ,   
Baker, Candlestick Maker
Characters from a nursery rhyme
Caspar
   ,   
Melchior, Balthasar
Traditional names given the three wise men from a 6th century Greek manuscript
Charlotte
   ,   
Emily, Anne
The three Bronte sisters, English novelists
Clotho
   ,   
Lachesis, Atropos
The three Fates from Greek mythology
Domingo
   ,   
Carreras, Pavarotti
The three tenors
Earth
   ,   
Wind, Fire
U.S. band known for R&B, funk, soul and disco
Emerson
   ,   
Lake, Palmer
British rock band
Eve White
   ,   
Eve Black, Jane
From the movie 'The Three Faces of Eve'
Executive
   ,   
Legislative, Judicial
The three branches of U.S. government
Faith
   ,   
Hope, Charity
Biblical, Corinthians 13:13, King James version
Father
   ,   
Son, Holy Ghost
Holy Trinity
Food
   ,   
Clothing, Shelter
Necessities
Gold
   ,   
Frankincence, Myrrh
The gifts of the Magi
Good
   ,   
Bad, Ugly
Movie starring Clint Eastwood
Groucho
   ,   
Harpo, Chico
The Marx brothers
Head
   ,   
Thorax, Abdomen
The three parts of an insect
Hook
   ,   
Line, Sinker
Saying meaning the whole thing
Huey
   ,   
Dewey, Louie
Donald Duck's nephews
Igneous
   ,   
Sedimentary, Metamorphic
The three types of rock
Jug of Wine
   ,   
Loaf of Bread, Thou
From the 'Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam' as translated by Edward Fitzgerald
Jupiter
   ,   
Neptune, Pluto.
Roman Gods.
Knife
   ,   
Fork, Spoon
Kukla
   ,   
Fran, Ollie
TV show from the 1940's and 50's starring human Fran and two puppets
Larry
   ,   
Curly, Moe
The Three Stooges- There were actually five stooges. The other two being Shemp and Curly-Joe
Lions
   ,   
Tigers, Bears
Oh My! (From the 'Wizard of Oz')
Liquid
   ,   
Solid, Gas
The three classical states of matter.
Lock
   ,   
Stock, Barrel
The whole thing
Lucky Day
   ,   
Dusty Bottoms, Ned Nederlander
The main characters from the movie 'The Three Amigos'
Mama Bear
   ,   
Papa Bear, Baby Bear
From 'Goldilocks' by Robert Southey and possibly earlier sources
Masculine
   ,   
Feminine, Neuter
The three cases of gender
Me
   ,   
Myself, I
Redundant way of referring to one's self
Nina
   ,   
Pinta, Santa Maria
The three ships of Columbus' first voyage
Past
   ,   
Present, Future
Peter
   ,   
James, John
The first apostles of Jesus
Peter
   ,   
Paul, Mary
U.S. folk-singers
Planes
   ,   
Trains, Automobiles
Movie
Reading
   ,   
Writing, Arithmetic
The colloquial three 'r's' of basic learning
Ready
   ,   
Willing, Able
Saying
Red
   ,   
White, Blue
Expression for American flag
Rock
   ,   
Paper, Scissors
Children's game
Sex
   ,   
Drugs, Rock 'n Roll
Song
Sexus
   ,   
Plexus, Nexus
Trilogy by Henry Miller
Shadrach
   ,   
Meshach, Abednego
Biblical, three men thrown into furnace by Nebuchadnezzar
Shake
   ,   
Rattle, Roll
Early rock n' roll song
Shem
   ,   
Ham, Japheth
The three sons of Noah on the Ark
Snap
   ,   
Crackle, Pop
Rice Krispie guys
Stop
   ,   
Drop, Roll
Fire prevention
Stop
   ,   
Look, Listen
Cautionary expression
Tinkers
   ,   
Evers, Chance
Chicago Cubs baseballers of early 1900's noted for doubleplays
Tom
   ,   
Dick, Harry
Idiomatic phrase used to indicate average people
Wine
   ,   
Women, Song
Hedonistic phrase that may have originated with Johann Heinrich Voss
Wynken
   ,   
Blynken, Nod
From a poem by Eugene Field
Zeus
   ,   
Poseidon, Hades.
Greek Gods.


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