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NO! It just ain't happening! Two parallel lines will never meet (theoretically and by definition) and therefore have no way to complete the necessary configuration to complete the definition of a "regular" triangle. Three straight lines with three internal angles, all lines completing a three sided polygon. Unless one is using some of that "FUZZY-WEIRD" Euclid math, it just don't work in a "real" world!

Q: Can an triangle have 2 parallel lines?

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