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- n.pl. See Gemini.
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- n. Plural form of Twin.
- n. A group of players from the team Minnesota Twins.
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- n. the third sign of the zodiac; the sun is in this sign from about May 21 to June 20
- n. (mineralogy) two interwoven crystals that are mirror images on each other
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The close association of Enkidu and Gilgamesh which becomes one of the striking features in the combination of the tales of these two heroes naturally recalls the "Heavenly Twins" _motif_, which has been so fully and so suggestively treated by Professor J. Rendell Harris in his _Cult of the Heavenly Twins_, (London, 1906).
TWINS Carlos Quentin homered for a second straight game, and the Chicago White Sox beat visiting Minnesota, 6-1, to move back into a first-place tie in the American League Central with the Twins.
Joe Schmit, KSTP TV sports anchor and host of a Twins postgame call-in show on ESPN1500, sent the following Twitter message Wednesday: From good source: Gordo will broadcast less than 100 #Twins games this year.
The Morris twins received 30 tickets for Saturday's game to accommodate friends and family, many of whom haven't seen the Twins play in person since high school.
The first movie had the worst screenplay ever. this movie featuring an icecream truck called the Twins is already a huge retardation flag.
One thing that no doubt has helped the Twins is attendance.
The National League version of the Twins is the Cincinnati Reds, who have a stadium battle, injuries and young players that aren't cutting it.
A library full of The Bobbsey Twins is NOT feasible these days.
Just blocks from where this city's residents, many of them clad in Twins apparel, milled around their sparkling new downtown ballpark, Bill Lester — the executive director of the Minneapolis Sports Facilities Commission, which operates the Metrodome — spent an hour Wednesday morning guiding a visitor on the tour of the building, a wistful look in his eyes.
Twins is the norm, I've seen more triplets than I can count, and I used see at least one set of 4 every year.