The show is now trying to avoid a repeat of the "Glasshouse" disappointing finale by adding three new buyers' advocates for "The Block: Triple Threat," who, along with regular judges Shaynna Blaze, Neale Whitaker and Darren Palmer, will help contestants along the way.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Triple Threat (WWE match)
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- Trinidad & Tobago (top-level domain)
- Trinidadian Dollar
- Triple Threat (Prince tennis racket)
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com to represent his Triple Threat Wacky Rig invention to potential licensees.
Combined with drinks high in acidity, this creates a triple threat to young people's teeth which can cause long-term damage," he says.
If you dream of becoming a triple threat, this is the place to be.
The PowerBar Triple Threat line consists of two crispy and two layered offerings.
This simple aggressive pivot towards the defender, along with vigorous rotation of the ball from one side of the body to the other, can give a player vision of the court that enables him to face-up and establish a triple threat position--pass, dribble, or shoot (if within range of the basket).
Companies, ranging from industrial/service firms to asset managers, have been bumped, battered, and bruised as competitors sliced and diced market share and the triple threat of war, terrorism, and recession caused red ink to flow from corporate ledgers.
Most notable were three iterations of the brigade Triple Threat exercise, a CALFEX for the mechanized and air assault battalions of the Army's only combined brigade.