Production companies he was working with discovered that he had a twin brother in the renovation industry.
Walter Mondale emerged from his twin Cities igloo to stump for reform.
He tries to reignite his romance with his twin sister, Cersei, but she brushes him aside.
In the U.S., however, the twin reactions to his advice have been: disinterest and cynicism.
There are 44 sets of twins there, about 1,000 percent above the worldwide average for twin births.
But Laddie felt he was too big, and Vi didn't want to do anything her twin brother didn't do; especially crying.
Hubert answered, smiling across the table at his twin sister.
The man who is ostentatious of his modesty is twin to the statue that wears a fig-leaf.
Innocence and modesty are twin sisters, which cannot be separated.
Its twin spire-crowned western towers will be improved when the masses of masonry now propping them are removed.
Old English twinn "consisting of two, twofold, double," probably ultimately from Proto-Germanic *twinjaz (cf. Old Norse tvinnr, Old Danish tvinling, Dutch tweeling, German zwillung), from PIE *dwisno- (cf. Latin bini "two each," Lithuanian dvynu "twins"), from *dwi- "double," from root *dwo- "two" (see two). The verb meaning "to combine two things closely" is recorded from late 14c. The noun developed from Old English getwinn "double."
One of two offspring born at the same birth. adj.
Being two or one of two offspring born at the same birth.
Consisting of two identical or similar parts; double.