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composed of two parts or things

consisting of two identical or similar related things, parts, or elements

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consisting of or involving two parts or components usually in pairs

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having more than one decidedly dissimilar aspects or qualities

a grammatical number category referring to two items or units as opposed to one item (singular) or more than two items (plural)

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But at other times in Fantin-Latour's compositions, the dualized scene of reading can drive an unsettling protonarrative wedge into the self-enclosed nature of reading.
As a result, we have dualized spirituality and sexuality in Christian living and have often extracted sexualit y from our Christian identity.
The project resulted in three miles (five kilometers) of dualized highway in a critically needed area.
Identifying the specific properties of reinforcement that influence choice making would enable investigators to develop very specific and indivi dualized treatment packages.
Just as the moral world of the nineteenth century is in tatters, so is the dualized progressive world.
1 Monitoring progress toward reaching goals in an indivi- dualized physical activity plan 36.
First, we present the discretization of the 3D Poisson problem, where the Dirichlet condition is dualized a la Babuska.
The final essay demonstrates how Paul's arguments are usually constructed in dualistic terms of right/wrong, orthodox/false and how gender is especially dualized.
Germany and Italy have similar institutional and economic features (late political unification from a situation of regional fragmentation; late industrialization; both regionally and dimensionally dualized economies; similar political histories; similar family-oriented welfare states (Horn 1987; Nigh 1992:6; Paci 1992; Herrigel 1993; Esping-Andersen 1995), but differ in terms of the relevant features of the educational system and the system of industrial relations.
GeoVac chassis cabs are fully dualized on East Chicago's sweepers, so the machine can be safely steered and operated from either side of the vehicle.
Cristanne Miller, in "`The Erogenous Cusp,' or Intersections of Science and Gender in Alice Fulton's Poetry," draws attention to Fulton's use of quantum mechanics theory, in which a radical perspectivism disallows "all systems of dualized or oppositional distinction" (317).
In 1988, a dualized road system was completed that links the county with Washington, DC.
KARACHI -- The Policy Board of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in its 24th meeting approved a four lane dualized 38 kilometers long 'Malir Expressway Project' along Malir River from Hino Chowk to Kathore - Super Highway (M-9).
31, beginning at the dualized section of near River Rd.