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multiheaded

(ˈmʌltɪˌhɛdɪd)
adj
(Railways) (of a train) using two or more engines
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Amazing Value - buy 25 Multiheaded Bouquet Tulips Mixed for just EUR5.
A signature treatment is the Hibiscus Island Paradise, which opens with a papaya-pineapple skin scrub and then proceeds to a soothing Vichy shower (imagine lying in a basin as a multiheaded spray contraption lightly rains warm water over your body).
The Al Qaida network is a broad, multiheaded organisation" with a presence in up to 60 countries.
Among his children by his wife, Echidna, were Cerberus, the three-headed hound of hell, the multiheaded Hydra, and the Chimera.
A Dukane spokesman said the multiplexer organizes the data of a simultaneous multiheaded system on a single screen, allowing an operator to work with one computer display to help simplify welding modifications.
Several of these Netcool Probes are multiheaded, which means that they are designed to support multiple connections simultaneously to simplify fault management in large, distributed voice networks.
Some, like the multiheaded one at 97th Street in Riverside Park, are still in good working condition.
Incorporating multiheaded, native 32-bit Windows code, NS/Router offers object-oriented configuration and management, a convenient graphical toolbar, detailed connectivity statistics, diagnostics and a scrollable message view that documents LAN and WAN connection status.
Add-on extensions for multimedia, PEX, XIE, and multiheaded displays are available at an additional cost.
The best-known dwarf multiheaded daffodil, these grow to a height of 20cm and are truly lovely in pots for the house, in containers or naturalising in the garden.
PRAESTANS Tulips are a dwarf multiheaded botanical variety with vibrant orange-scarlet flowers, often yielding 3-4 flowers per stem.