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  • n. Plural form of duplet.

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Examples

  • And within each beat there are subsystems of movement, duplets and triplets, waiting and breathing and sliding.

    THE ANTHOLOGIST

  • As well as noting the prevalent use of organized, almost geometric duplets of air and water, water and fire, hot and cold, he also notes the abundant use of lapidary emblems which push off against one another, like baroque architectural folds, without interpenetrating.

    dorveille (II) | Goblin Mercantile Exchange

  • This is a useful tools as most attack and exploit traffic will be targeted at port ip duplets outside of the normal ranges.

    Digital Bond

  • Dead cells were excluded using propidium iodide labeling and duplets by gating on single cells

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  • Dead cells were excluded using propidium iodide labeling and duplets by gating on single cells.

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  • And Days, and Months, and Years, and Ages Here Spring appears with flowery duplets I Here Summer in her wheaten garland crow;

    Ovid's Metamorphoses, tr. by dr. Garth, and others

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