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Three Wise Men, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishThree Wise Men, thethe Three Wise MenˌThree Wise ˈMen, the (also the Three Kings, the Magi)  in the New Testament of the Bible, three kings or wise men who came from the East, guided by a star, and brought gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh for the baby Jesus. The expression ‘three wise men’ is sometimes used, especially in newspapers, to describe three men who work together as a group MPs are debating the report provided by the three wise men.
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