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  • n. A double barreled shotgun, (or infrequently a rifle), with one barrel placed on top of the other.


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  • The longer one stretched double, over and under my great polygonal table top so it lay on my shoulders like a set of clumsy wings.

    The Vatican Rip

  • A plane, flying in a humid but apparently super-cooled atmosphere, became completely enveloped in fog, so about all one could see was a division where the stream lines were flowing up and down respectively over and under the wings.

    Space Ships of the Visitors

  • Once I reach the narrow slot, there will be some short sections of downclimbing, maneuvering over and under a series of chockstones, then 125 yards of very tight slot, some of it only eighteen inches wide, to get to the platform where two bolt-and-hanger sets provide an anchor for the rappel.

    127 Hours


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