n.1.One who gives birth to twins; a breeder of twins.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Japeth Aguilar of Barangay Ginebra soars for a twinner against Phoenix import Richard Howell and Justin Chua in their PBA Commissioner's Cup game late Friday.
While trying to track down San Beda's Prince Etrata, Diaz got lost in the shuffle and he found himself against the much taller Calvin Oftana who backed him down the post for a twinner. After a botched alley-oop play, San Beda got a break when Penuela retrieved the ball off a broken play and hit the long triple.
Pergularia tomentosa L., commonly known as Bou Hliba in Tunisia, is a fetid smelling lactiferous twinner [13].
I was confident with my shot, said Tolomia, who delivered the game's biggest twinner despite a sprained ankle.
The project is led by Professor Ian Haynes of Newcastle University and Tony Wilmott, site director and Twinner of the Current Archaeology Archaeologist of the Year title in 2012.
Samurai scored the first four points of the third period via Chacon and Ronnel Marfil's twinner to make it a one-point deficit, 50-49.
Watson banked a twinner but Ali drilled another trey to make it 60-57 at the end of the third period.
Masek Packaging and Processing Machinery has announced the introduction of their High Speed Twinner VC 250 Continuous Motion Vertical Form Fill and Seal Machine to the UK and Ireland.
I was pretty sure of this, because I had my two toddlers, and was pushing them in the first Twinner we ever built, on our snowy country roads.
Coincidence sites are still considered important in the theory of grain boundaries, except that the twinner's S has become a [SIGMA].
(Jennifer's Uncle Bob has already ordered us the Twinner: thirty-two inches wide, with retractable canopy and three twenty-inch alloy wheels.) In that grueling middle week of the 1999 Tour de France, as comeback kid par excellence Lance Armstrong led the peloton inexorably toward Paris, its bike-loving citizens were very impressed by the Jogger, though it may have had something to do with its tris, tres belle passenger.