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  • "Transformer" outerwear is giving men two-and sometimes three or four-pieces for the price of one.

    Action Figures

  • According to investment bankers, Biyani is seeking a valuation of Rs 2,000 crore for the financial services arm, which is slightly over two-and a-half-times the book value of Rs 770 crore.

    Deals India: Morning News Roundup

  • Not to mention that the going rate in hedge funds and private equity for the smartest investment minds is a handsome two-and-20, a 2% management fee plus 20% of investment gains.

    Buffett: The Secret of My Successor

  • In the two-and-1/2 years that penny auction sites have been available in the U.S., they have attracted a devoted following.

    Penny Auctions Draw Bidders With Bargains, Suspense

  • According to McDonald's, HU graduates can transfer credits to traditional two-and four-year colleges.

    Hamburger University More Selective Than Harvard

  • On tests, fluid intelligence is evaluated by asking children to copy block patterns, complete two-and three-dimensional puzzles, or arrange visual images in meaningful order.

    Testing for Kindergarten

  • The vote will take place in two-and - a-half week's time on Thursday July 24, in the middle of the Glasgow Fair fortnight.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • We bought only two-and missed one-the 25S because believe it or not, we got distracted by a phone bidder on an upcoming lot!

    Legend Numismatics Market Report: The Fun Show : Coin Collecting News

  • He also raised interesting questions about our different ways of seeing two-and three-dimensional images.

    Wildwood

  • Lesser mortals could also go there: one-, two-and three-stripers.

    Last Words

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