twoer

twoer

(ˈtuːə)
n
dialect something consisting of or worth two
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This non-saleable land or built up property in BTK include Theme Park Danzoo, Rafi Cricket Stadium, Fatimah Jinnah University, Schools, Head Office, Hospital, Staff Colony, Cine Gold Cinema, Fire Station, Quarantine Centre, Eiffel Twoer, Grid Station, Bahria Dancing Fountain, Butterfly mesh House, Parks and Playgrounds, Restaurants, Petrol Pumps and 11 other places.
This one is located on the top two levels of the Ritz-Carlton in Battery Park City, the white-glove twoer with amenities of a five-star hotel.
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A 412m-high building in Kuwait, the Al Hamra Twoer, won the second place, while the Great American Tower shared fourth spot with the Victoria Tower in Stockholm and a skyscraper in Shenzhen, China, the report added.
In addition, the twoer (a B+G+14 floors building) will also have state-of-the-art amenities such as three high-speed elevators, 24-hour manned security and in-house maintenance team, hi-speed internet connection and top-of-the-line surveillance and intercom system.
IMAGES: Clockwise from the left, the Gaslamp Quanter, Hotel Solamar, California Twoer, and Balboa Park San Dlego
A gripper, long one or banana is pounds 1,000, a monkey is pounds 500, a bottle, twoer or deuce pounds 200, a century, ton or oner pounds 100, a nifty or bullseye pounds 50, a pony pounds 25, a score pounds 20 and a bill-and-ben pounds 10.