It was a contract for a two-line cosmetic ad in two issues for two dollars!
The Szekler has ten two-line stanzas, with the burden, Ah, my bowels are on fire!
The documentary evidence ended with a two-line postcard from Mombasa, and anyone could interpret it as he pleased.
A quantity of French Cannon, two-line letters of all sorts, and a set of silver initial letters.
two-line Letter—A large letter covering two lines of the adjoining text, used for initials at the beginning of paragraphs.
But perhaps his most successful effort was the two-line English which he cut for Macklin's edition of the Bible, begun in 1789.
And one day she did come upon it; but it was merely the two-line announcement that he had returned to the front.
All the German versions appear to have been originally in the two-line stanza.
It is a two-line ballad, with the nightingale in the refrain: "J'entends le rossignolet."
What once served him as a two-line epigram, is now spread out over a couple of pages.