He previously did double duty on Justified and Burn Notice.
But intangibles also count when a president, particularly one long viewed as aloof, has to do double duty as the mourner-in-chief.
Until then the Education Center will do double duty as a place to honor the sacrifices of the last decade.
For someone doing, as he puts it, “double duty,” the 59-year-old Condon looks remarkably spry.
Few women are firm enough to understand and practise this double duty.
Machines, cooking apparatus, maps and blackboard all do double duty.
It was subjected to a double duty, one of four cents on the pound, and the other of fifty per cent.
He is often not satisfied with one meaning from a word, but will make it do double duty.
But they were to have a double duty: they were not only an administrative, but also a legislative council.
But, since the gal ain't got no mother, I've got t' do double duty.