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double bill

a programme or event with two main items
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dou′ble bill′



1. to bill (different accounts) for the same charge.
2. to present (a film) in a double feature.
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Yesterday, 8pm A DOUBLE-BILL of the genealogy series.
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Well, tonight, in a double-bill, fans of TV's most gripping drama get to see the denouement of this superb political thriller that wraps things up in explosive fashion.
These artists will be showcased in the double-bill production of Giuseppe Gazzaniga's Don Giovanni and Stravinsky's Renard, to be staged June 2008.
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ENGLISH rose Kate Beckinsale is riding high as a Hollywood action girl in Van Helsing -but only 10 years ago she was posing nude in a sexy double-bill.
His first feature, The Bloody Brood (1959) was deliberately designed for the drive-in and double-bill market.