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tritostrata (n., adj.)
Applies tosystems, system functions
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A tritostrata is a layer in a system that is almost never in focus. The people in these layers may rarely (if ever) front, or there could be communication barriers preventing this from happening. Tritostrata can also be used to describe layers full of dormant headmates, or even layers where headmates form before traveling to new layers.[1]

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