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It crystallizes in the cubic system, the usual form being that of interpenetrating cubes twinned on an octahedral plane.
Four cells from dried Onion-peel, each holding a crystal of different shape, one of them twinned.
They climbed recklessly upon the flat tops of toadstools and waved their dimmer twinned lanterns at the flying males.
NIGHTMARE PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
The crystals belong to the hexagonal system, and are generally of rhombohedral habit, sometimes twinned.
Like aragonite it is very frequently twinned, the compound crystals being pseudo-hexagonal in form.
The system of crystallization is monoclinic; only complex twinned crystals are known.
Keep your twinned ewes on good feed and water, also by themselves, if you expect them to raise you two good lambs.
The upper ocellus is generally bipupiled, that is to say, the black spot is twinned, and there are two small light spots in it.
THE BUTTERFLY BOOKWILLIAM JACOB HOLLAND
Calcite is also remarkable for the variety and perfection of its twinned crystals.
Will any be in all the land maintain there can be two, not of one blood and birth, so marvellously twinned?
THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)

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