from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See one-way mirror.
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- n. A mirror that is partially reflective and partially transparent
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Behind the photo of St. Joan was a two-way mirror that looked into a shabby room where a shabby little man, bald and severely overweight, wearing a torn white shirt and split trousers, sat in a chair before a wooden table.
He was behind the windshield of a Toyota or a two-way mirror watching McIntyre forcing Paula toviolate herself.
He glanced at the two-way mirror before he whispered, “Scoey…what can you do to get me out of this?”