A twinned, imagined narrative of a fictitious Fidel Castro and a Miami exile intent on assassinating him.
When these supportive parts also are twinned in a guy with three nuts, the entire package of packages may work normally.
Keep your twinned ewes on good feed and water, also by themselves, if you expect them to raise you two good lambs.
The upper ocellus is generally bipupiled, that is to say, the black spot is twinned, and there are two small light spots in it.
Love and passion are so twinned in some hours of life that one cannot distinguish in himself the one from the other.
The world that is, and the world that is not, twinned in time and in power!
Calcite is also remarkable for the variety and perfection of its twinned crystals.
twinned crystals are not uncommon, and there is a distinct cleavage parallel to the face marked b in the figure.
Four cells from dried Onion-peel, each holding a crystal of different shape, one of them twinned.
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.