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twinned

 (twĭnd)
adj.
1. Born two in a single birth.
2. Paired or coupled with something identical or similar.
3. Mineralogy Formed by the process of twinning. Used of crystals.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.twinned - being two identicaltwinned - being two identical      
matched - going well together; possessing harmonizing qualities
Translations
družební
tvillinge-
yhteenliitetty
pobratimljen
対になった
짝 지어진
att vara vänort med
เหมือนกัน
có đôi

twinned

تَوْأَمَةُ الـمُدُن družební tvillinge- gepaart ζευγαρωμένος hermanado yhteenliitetty jumelé pobratimljen gemellato 対になった 짝 지어진 aan elkaar gekoppeld sammenkoblet bliźniaczy gémeo, gêmeo сдвоенный att vara vänort med เหมือนกัน kardeş có đôi 成双成对的
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Psychologist Penny, who appears as cupid in February (above) and is dressed as a Dalmatian with some farmers' wives in April, said "240 calendars have been printed, I hope they'll sell and raise money for the town twinning visit next year.
Launched nationwide by The Carnegie UK Trust, Twin Towns UK aims to modernise the traditional concept of town twinning.
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OF OF Already it would seem that devolution is a two edged sword and we cannot cherry pick the edge that we like and discard the other one, like the council tax freeze being mandatory in England but a gleeful opportunity in Wales to get going with those town twinning projects and other desirable but not essential centres of cost hanging on the Christmas tree.
It was lovely to see the community, young and old, celebrating 40 years of town twinning.