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Bigger still was Alabama, and the twinned amplification of slavery and commodity crops in Louisiana and Alabama paled in comparison to their growth in Mississippi.America's Interstate Slave Trade Once Trafficked Nearly 30,000 People a Year—And Reshaped the Country's Economy|Joshua D. Rothman|April 20, 2021|Time
A twinned, imagined narrative of a fictitious Fidel Castro and a Miami exile intent on assassinating him.
“My writing life and my life with computers … seem mirrored, computer twinned,” he writes.Vikram Chandra Is A Novelist Who's Obsessed With Writing Computer Code|Jane Ciabattari|August 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When these supportive parts also are twinned in a guy with three nuts, the entire package of packages may work normally.Man on Reddit Shows Off His Three Testicles. Have We Seen It All?|Kent Sepkowitz|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It crystallizes in the cubic system, the usual form being that of interpenetrating cubes twinned on an octahedral plane.
Four cells from dried Onion-peel, each holding a crystal of different shape, one of them twinned.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
They climbed recklessly upon the flat tops of toadstools and waved their dimmer twinned lanterns at the flying males.Nightmare Planet|Murray Leinster
The crystals belong to the hexagonal system, and are generally of rhombohedral habit, sometimes twinned.
Like aragonite it is very frequently twinned, the compound crystals being pseudo-hexagonal in form.