Two-decker


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Two´-deck`er


n.1.A vessel of war carrying guns on two decks.
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Soon the Canadian informed me that she was a large, armoured, two-decker ram.
With her husband, she opened the Westboro House of Pizza in a two-decker on East Main Street, working there until Prokopi's death in 1993, when their two sons took over, eventually erecting a new building on the site and expanding the business into the present Westboro House Restaurant and Lounge.
Looking like a miniature version of Admiral Lord Nelson's flagship, HMS Victory, she was a small two-decker, 205ft long, 92-gun, wooden line of battle ship, launched in 1839 as HMS Nile.
The mile-long freight train hit the two-decker Metrolink train just after 8am, derailing two carriages crammed with passengers.
Among the gotta-have gifts is the Deluxe Continental Breakfast Silver Service, a way-cool two-decker serving cart with casters, comes complete with a silver-finished tea set, as well as cups, plates and utensils for four, plus napkins and an etiquette book, all for $19.
Steamboatin'" on the Sabino, a two-decker, coal-fired steamer, includes a Dixie jazz band, chanteyman, or barbershop quartet.
The two-decker was built in 1902 and graced the streets of Chester until the city's tramway closed in 1930.
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