Wai-taha-rua: This means, two-sided water, or, the double waterside.
In Fissidens and a few other mosses the apical cell is two-sided.
If corporations would adopt this democratic organization, he said, two-sided discussions would take place at their meetings.
The two smal sides of the oblong chest cut in the upper part in pointed shape, have two glassed frames, and form a two-sided roof.
Its two-sided character comes out clearly when it is used as the subject of a sentence.
These two-sided combs descend from the roof of the hive in parallel series, their thickness being about half an inch.
The rule is simple: "Accessibility and free linking make a two-sided coin."
Though not to create a two-sided impression it may be freely stated that he himself was the author of the inspired composition.
The answer lies in recognition of the two-sided character of every natural existence.
Two-sided Italian stitch is descriptively named, for it is alike on both sides.