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Synonyms for twin

Synonyms for twin

one of a matched pair of things

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

to make or become twice as great

Words related to twin

either of two offspring born at the same time from the same pregnancy

(astrology) a person who is born while the sun is in Gemini

a waterfall in the Snake River in southern Idaho

a duplicate copy

duplicate or match

bring two objects, ideas, or people together

grow as twins

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give birth to twins

being two identical

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"We are encouraged and excited by the growing scale and increasing geological confidence in the Twin Hills Gold Project.
In a diagnostic matchmaking group exercise the expert twins (Kohat, Bannu, Timergarra) and recipient twins (Khar, Miranshah, Sadda and Parachinar) agreed on sub-areas of twinning support.
"This twin study provides further support for reducing intake of sugar and refined carbohydrates to decrease acne severity in susceptible individuals," the authors wrote.
"The results -- especially when compared with past surveys -- show that digital twins are slowly entering mainstream use," said Benoit Lheureux, research vice president at Gartner.
Despite this setup being very complex, 61 per cent of companies that have implemented digital twins have already integrated at least one pair of digital twins with each other, and even more -- 74 per cent of organizations that have not yet integrated digital twins -- will do so in the next five years.
They found that a 'physical asset' (71%) is the component engineers think is the most necessary for a digital twin. Thereafter, 52% of the experts view a 'live data set' as an essential feature for the functionality of digital twins.
EFBW was larger in 80% (244/305) of twin 1 and 70% (214/305) of twin 2 in MCDA and 67% (379/565) of twin 1 and 67% (379/565) of twin 2 in DCDA twins.
The Oguntoye brothers were awarded the 24-karat gold plaque, two certificates of Recognition for creating twins tourism and two return economy tickets on Air Namibia.
Wikipedia elaborates further on the purpose of twinning: "Digital twins integrate artificial intelligence, machine learning, and software analytics with data to create living digital simulation models that update and change as their physical counterparts change." They function as "living models," continuously learning and updating from the data streaming from the embedded sensors in their real-world double.
The incidence of twin pregnancies has increased considerably in the last three decades.1 It now represents 4% of all live births.2 Twin pregnancies when compared with singleton pregnancies are associated with increased perinatal morbidity and mortality.3 This is largely attributed to increased risk of stillbirth, preterm delivery and infant death in this group.4 There is substantial evidence that these risks are largely dependent on the chorionicity.
Awareness about conditions affecting mothers bearing twins and multiples such as Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome (TTTS), will also be raised and discussed.
MCDA-Monochorionic diamniotic twin, RFA- Radiofrequency ablation.
IDENTICAL twin authors Coralie Phillips and Donna Roach are delighted whenever they come across another pair of twins with the same interests, hobbies or career as each other.