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also 'twixt  (twĭkst)
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contraction of betwixt.
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Too great hath been the tension of my cloud: 'twixt laughters of lightnings will I cast hail-showers into the depths.
It is the knife-edge moment 'twixt time and eternity.
The recent events at a local cricket match twixt the players and a group of mindless yobs, is just one example.
'I'll sit and watch!' I whispered and peered petrified at miniscule Mercedes, Chevrolets and Fords snaking their way twixt my trembling legs and quaking feet.
As the old English proverb goes, "There's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip."
At 46 Twixt Hill Road, a 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath colonial on .56 acres went for $575,000 in cash.
Doddy has been sidelined to a corner 'twixt a coffee stall and the main entrance.
However, in our country there is many a slip twixt cup and lip.
There's many a slip (is showing) twixt the lip and the lip.
His three-volume Men of Mark 'Twixt Tyne and Tweed included more than 400 biographies, only four and a half of which were women.
An account of the day was published in the 2002 book called Twixt, Cock and Fairy, written by local historian John Glaister and Tracey Williams.
Here twixt Tyne and Wear - the hotbed of football as it was once so succinctly named - we are currently living slap bang amid the turmoil of change.