twin


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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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Towards the end of the trailer, the twin brother was seen dancing to the tune of "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" just to appease her twin sister.
Twin gestations comprise 13% of all pregnancies1, 2.
Six (40%) twin sets were delivered before 30 weeks, 4 (27%) sets at 31-32 weeks, 2 sets (13%) at 35-36 weeks, 2 sets (13%) at 36-37 weeks and 1 set (7%) at 37-38 weeks.
Experts who have visited the remote tropical village of Kodinhi, in Kerala, have been left scratching their heads over the phenomenon that has seen almost six times as many twins born than the global average.
Factors influencing the 'twinning rate': maternal family history of twins, mother's age, maternal height/weight, number of previous pregnancies, race, assisted conception.
Friedman said she found it hard to disengage herself from her role as a twin and be related to by new people as an individual.
I've dealt with a number of cases in which identical twins were accused of cheating because they turned in identical papers.
Fraternal twins run in families, occur more often beyond the second pregnancy and in older women.
Suspecting that such epigenetic differences might account for variations between identical twins, Esteller and his team focused on the two chemical changes.
Conjoined twins result from incomplete separation of monozygotic, monochorionic twins early in embryonic development, resulting in body parts of the otherwise normal twins remaining fused throughout development.
Since the 1980s, an increasing number of studies suggest breech extraction of the nonvertex second twin may not be as risky as previously thought.
For the NR/SBR blends, ordering with respect to strength indicates batch mixing provides the best properties, followed closely by the 120 s residence time twin screw extrusion.
The fetal heart rate of Twin B was 163, within normal range.
For example, to cut out paper dolls, one twin holds the paper, while the other uses the scissors.
NASDAQ:PWAV), a global source for end-to-end wireless infrastructure solutions, announced today that it will display its Twin 1800 and Micro Twin[TM] 2100 tower-mounted amplifiers (TMAs) during the 2007 3GSM World Congress, the mobile industry's premier event, taking place Feb.