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At an early hour in the evening the Farival twins were prevailed upon to play the piano.
Or the Twins would smile and continue their play, for they could not understand why the water ran out of people's eyes.
"No," said the Twins, "but there are no cats in the Milky Way," and they pulled the cat's tail thoughtfully.
"She thinks that we are foundlings," said the Twins, and they trotted indoors to the evening meal.
Whilst I was ill my wife presented me with twins, so that we had plenty of troubles at once.
The family was now reduced to four members—the father, Peter Ilich, and the twins.
One of the twins, deciding to play "savages," had pounced upon the ink bottle as a means of making the play more realistic!
But by coming abroad he sacrificed all opportunity of seeing the twins and his sister Alexandra during the summer vacation.
Bessoun (in French, besson) means a twin, and the participle expresses the idea, clasped together like twins.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
"Hyar she comes wid de fo' twins," Jake said, going forward to meet her.
THE CROMPTONSMARY J. HOLMES

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machinateverb (used with or without object) | [mak-uh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION