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- adj. Having two heads.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having two heads; bicephalous; specifically, ornamented with two heads or busts, as an engraved gem or the like. Jour. Archæol., XXIX. 311.
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The fact to which two people (Joe Zawinul and Wayne Shorter) had pulled the band as a leader of the bicephalic was a joyous occasion for the fan.
I click on these blogs quite a few fair times per day, being as I am both curious and competitive, and they have brought you delights such as our friend Samaha and the bicephalic brunet beauty of Michael J. Fox and George Stephanopoulos earlier today.
Unable to find a bicephalic actor (or at least, one who could learn his lines), the BBC resorted to Mark Wing-Davey, Zaphod on radio, and built him an animatronic head and an extra arm
Grant Duff in 1888: "Russia is a great bicephalic creature, having one head European, and the other Asiatic, but with the persistent habit of turning its European face to the East, and its Asiatic face to the West ."
-- There are many instances of bicephalic monsters on record.
A most curious case was that of a Fellah woman 5.44 who was delivered at Alexandria of a bicephalic monster of apparently eight months 'pregnancy.
Alexandria of a bicephalic monster of apparently eight months 'pregnancy.
Two spirals entangled and confounded the one with the other, yet never touching, would afford a fair representation of this bicephalic life which I lived.