- n. Plural form of tandem.
“We call tandems "divorcycles" where I come from....”
“They did 3 tandems, which is very good in these weather conditions.”
“This article from Portland offers a great overview of bicycle travel options with children, considering options such as tandems, trail-a-bikes or tag-alongs, trailers, bicycle seats, long-frame utility bicycles, and the fun-to-ride Bakfiet.”
“•Running back: Brandon Jacobs and Derrick Ward formed one of the NFL's finest tandems, emerging as the fifth teammates to churn out at least 1,000 rushing yards in the same season.”
“KEY RETURNEES: Again, assuming Udoh and Dunn aren't lured by the prospect of professional riches, the duo will be one of the best inside-out tandems in the Big 12, if not the country.”
“The diminutive duo was one of the most productive guard tandems in the league, combining to average 43.0 points, 8.5 rebounds, 11.2 assists and 4.1 steals.”
“Its combination of Franken and Amy Klobuchar give it one of the most liberal tandems in the current U.S. Senate.”
“It's an underachieving and ill-assorted team that nevertheless boasts one of the best forward tandems in the game in Sergio Aguero and Diego Forlan , so it can raise its game on any given day.”
“Carcelle and Jacobs have often been touted as one of the most effective executive-and-designer tandems.”
“High-swung barouches, with immense armorial bearings on their panels, driven by fat white-wigged coachmen, and having powdered footmen up behind them; seigniorial phaetons; daring tandems; discreet little broughams, brown or yellow; flippant high dog-carts; low but flippant Ralli-carts; very frivolous private hansoms shaming the more serious public ones.”
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