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  • In the process of creating Papillon (Del Rey), Miwa Ueda consulted with counselors to explore the psychology of the twin-sister rivals at the center of her story.

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  • In the process of creating Papillon (Del Rey), Miwa Ueda consulted with counselors to explore the psychology of the twin-sister rivals at the center of her story.

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  • In the process of creating Papillon (Del Rey), Miwa Ueda consulted with counselors to explore the psychology of the twin-sister rivals at the center of her story.

    Lord help the sister

  • New Jersey teen Chelsea Eareckson and twin-sister Hannah begged their parents to sign them up after finding the camp online.

    "Modeling Camp" Comes To New York

  • Now to all of them save Atra this appearance seemed to be the image of Birdalone; but she told her fellows afterwards, that to her it seemed not to be altogether Birdalone, but rather some other one most like unto her, as it were her twin-sister.

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • High Icelandic is a twin-sister of Icelandic, it is not better or more exalted.

    languagehat.com: HIGH ICELANDIC.

  • Then Morton turned from the fish-lines he was straightening, and looked his honest, quiet pleasure, as different in manner from his twin-sister as a staid, slow proud-stepping heron is different from a flitting, fluttering, flame - winged oriole.

    Sara, a Princess

  • One only person in this world there is, who _could_ to-night have been a supporting friend to our young sufferer, and _that_ is her dear loving twin-sister, that for eighteen years read and wrote, thought and sang, slept and breathed, with the dividing-door open for ever between their bedrooms, and never once a separation between their hearts; but she is in a far distant land.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol 58, No. 357, July 1845

  • My Lady Oil of Burlington House is a very selfish creature; she persistently refuses to recognise her twin-sister Water Colour, giving her but one miserable room in her mansion, and no share whatever in her honours.

    The Confessions of a Caricaturist, Vol 2 (of 2)

  • Whose mother is twin-sister to the Sacred Cow, and whose grandmother is the Lotos of Seven Virtues!

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 01, No. 03, January, 1858

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