- adj. two years of age
“Grigsby's Facebook page has white supremacist slogans on it and she calls her two-year-old son "my little Aryan warrior.”
“Worryingly, RIM made a similar statement a year ago about the 8520, nowa nearly two-year-old pre-3G device.”
“Meanwhile, Ouija Board's second foal, a two-year-old Monsun colt, has also just been named Aegaeus, after the legendary king of Athens.”
“While top executives at Siemens haven't made any decisions or proposed a pullback to its supervisory board, they have been rethinking the company's two-year-old plan to form a partnership with the Russian State Atomic Energy Corp., or Rosatom, these people said.”
“Bruckner described a sheriff on a Florida beach ordering him to cover his naked two-year-old daughter, as an example of the US's "problem with sex", which he described as "twisted puritanism" resulting from the alliance of "feminism and the Republican right".”
“Newsweek Executives said the tie-up of the two-year-old site and Newsweek would get both properties to profitability sooner and restore some of the publication's lost appeal among readers and advertisers that have abandoned it in recent years.”
“JERUSALEM—Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip, moving to ease border tensions and confront an internal challenge to their authority, have arrested the spiritual leader of an Islamist group that claims responsibility for firing rockets at Israel in defiance of a two-year-old truce.”
“Meanwhile, a businessman desperate to find his missing two-year-old grandson in "Suicide Watch" must determine whether the horrifying tale his junky son tells him about the boys whereabouts is a confession or a sick test.”
“OneSpot, the two-year-old Austin, Texas, startup that aims to automate content syndication online, has raised $4.2 million from Silverback Silver Creek Ventures in Dallas.”
“I also want to ensure that my two-year-old reaches for the stars and not for drugs.”
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