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  • In a hint that Santorum should quit, Gingrich said: "It is now clear this will be a two-person race between the conservative leader and the Massachusetts moderate."

    Mitt Romney reclaims position as GOP frontrunner with crushing Florida win

  • They got all the coverage, and for a moment it seemed like a two-person race.

    Someone Had a Good Week

  • Posit a simple two-person economy (where labor is the only factor of production) consisting of a 35 year old person who earns $100,000 a year, and a 60 year old person who earns $30,000 a year.

    Welfare State Free Lunch?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Last year, 41 two-person teams hauled in an amazing 36,282 pounds of carp from the banks of the Seneca River ....

    New York Hosts International Carp Tourney

  • In late 2010, Weldon set up a two-person race to succeed him as CEO, elevating executives Alex Gorsky and Sherilyn McCoy to an expanded office of the chairman.

    J&J Net Slumps on Charges

  • Each day the landscape slips by, monotonously, at no more than the pace of a loaded two-person canoe.

    M. Sanjayan: Thelon Expedition: The Country

  • ✒Take care if you ever find yourself pitching Monkey Tennis to BBC director general Mark Thompson, particularly if uncomfortably trapped in one of the two-person "hooded collaboration pods", aka "thought wheels", unveiled last week at BBC North.

    Media Monkey's Diary

  • What's funny is that the crew at Atomic Zombie Bicycles up in Toronto is working on a usable two-person trailer that can be towed by bicycle, and they just put out a newsletter detailing their initial work.

    Road trip, 2009 (Jack Bog's Blog)

  • Each day the landscape slips by, monotonously, at no more than the pace of a loaded two-person canoe.

    M. Sanjayan: Thelon Expedition: The Country

  • If it's possible to become a full-fledged stage star in an Off-Broadway show, then Nina Arianda did it in the 2010 premiere of David Ives's "Venus in Fur," a dazzlingly serious two-person comedy about a ditzy actress who auditions for a new play about a masochistic relationship and ends up seducing the self-important author-director Hugh Dancy.

    That Wild and Crazy Messiah

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