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being two identical

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An event at Middlesbrough Town Hall, hosted by the vice chair of Middlesbrough Councillor Bob Brady recognised the close ties that have existed between the towns since the formal Middlesbrough Oberhausen Town Twinning (MOTT) in 1974.
This year's motto will be the town twinning agreement between DE-sseldorf and the Chinese city of Chongqing, concluded five years ago.
We could have town twinning, student exchanges, direct flights from Cardiff to Tallinn and compulsory Estonian-Welsh in our respective countries.
Taking the alternative reality of soaps to a different level, the Cwmderi plot sees characters on a town twinning visit to Ireland where they walk straight into the set of Ros na R[pounds sterling]n.
But chairman of the town twinning committee, Jenny Phillips, insisted the comments would not sour relations.
Yet the role of town twinning in improving international relations on a worldwide scale has been little researched or documented.
John Wilson, chair of the Edinburgh-San Diego town twinning association, said: "The city fathers here will have the final say about where the statue will be situated.
After the game, a town twinning agreement will be signed.
The Congressman, a member of the town twinning committee for his home city of Newport, also criticised the book for playing on the high emotions of the time.
In the 50 years of the town twinning, hundreds of cultural, sporting and educational exchanges have taken place.
Now organiser Ray Jones, of Llanfairfechan town twinning association (LTTA), is inviting readers to send in tokens for cash from the Daily Post's Wish Fund 2013 to help towards the cost of the Conwy villagers' latest trip to Brittany next year.
It was formalised in 1974 when the two entered into a town twinning partnership.
It was part of Calderdale Council's town twinning relationship with Tower Hamlets for the Olympics.
Local historian John Burton has put together a collection featuring Coronation processions, town twinning ceremonies, Riversley Park, a Boy Scouts jamboree and other events.