twin town


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twin town

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Brit a town that has civic associations, such as reciprocal visits and cultural exchanges, with a foreign town, usually of similar size and sometimes with other similarities, as in commercial activities
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twin town

ncittà f inv gemellata
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The group from the Nuremberg region, in the south of the country - including Lossiemouth's twin town Hersbruck - arrived in Moray yesterday to learn how communities in Scotland tackle problems.
Provost Lorraine Cameron will welcome students from a twin town in Germany.
CHESTER campaigners for the UK to remain a full member of the EU have been ensuring links with the city's twin town are maintained.
It was blowing in the breeze at Middlesbrough town hall in a friendly gesture to visitors from twin town Oberhausen.
ACTRESS Helen Griffin, known for her roles in Twin Town, Doctor Who and Human Traffic, has died aged 59.
WHEN one of the people working on Twin Town heard a passing mum tell her kid to "get out of the b***d way, so they can film their f***g film", he discovered something about Swansea.
Choosing your twin town as a travel destination could indeed be a meaningful situation to find yourself in, as you bond over the similarities and differences and share with those who've probably been equally curious about you as you have been about them for your entire lives!
IN September a number of members of Pencoed Town and District Twinning Association, including the Mayor and Mayoress of Pencoed, visited our twin town of Plouzane, Brittany, for the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Twinning Charters.
TYNESIDE artist Graham Hodgson has seen his go on display at a special show in South Shields' twin town of Epinay Sur Seine in France.
The memorandum on establishment of twin town relations was signed by Malatya mayor Ahmet Cak?r and Batken mayor Janybek Jalalov in the mayor's office of Malatya.