# Twice

## Meanings and phrases

adv.

- two times
- to double the degree; doubly; double

v.

- consider and reconsider carefully

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- Rhodes was married twice, and he had ten children.
- He married twice but had many extramarital affairs.
- Smith has been married twice and has three children.

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- On Sunday 6 October he scored twice against Viborg.
- He scored twice in a 4–1 win against Banbury United.
- He played 78 times and scored twice for Halifax.

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- It moults twice a year, during spring and autumn.
- She was able to return home just twice a year.
- Once or twice a year an academic workshop is organized.

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- He played 37 times for the Blades scoring twice.
- He was capped 59 times by Wales, scoring twice.
- Wildin made 38 appearances during the season, scoring twice.

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- Males reach more than twice the size of females.
- Sheehy was elected with more than twice the votes of Parnell.
- Class 27 was more than twice as powerful as the 1950s locomotives.

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- He was severely wounded twice during the conflict.
- The ANG was mobilized twice during the Vietnam War.
- It was revised twice during its production time.

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- It appeared just twice more in 1940 and 1950.
- Navy scored twice more, but Maryland held on to win, 35–21.
- He competed in the Allan Cup twice more.

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- She said the girls bathed only twice a week.
- All pupils participate in games of their choice twice a week.
- The hunts took place twice a week and many women participated.

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- Most cities thus have at least twice as many plows as trucks.
- Approximately twice as many women as men are prescribed benzodiazepines.
- The collection sold more than twice as many copies as his previous books.

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- Arslan was known to be married at least twice.
- That has cost us at least twice as much as it needed to.
- Most cities thus have at least twice as many plows as trucks.

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- It has been destroyed twice before, but it later was rebuilt twice.
- The Baillie-Grohman canal had been used by a steamboat just twice before.
- They feed on her internal organs and moult twice before they leave her body.

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- He played twice in Serie C1 playoff for Crotone.
- His brother Geoffrey played twice for Worcestershire.
- He played twice for the England national side.

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- They play each other only twice every four years.
- By the end of 1974, it was airing only twice a month.
- She said the girls bathed only twice a week.

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- She also twice won the Welsh 800m title (1993–94).
- He twice won the "Grand Prix of Osaka" critics' prize.
- He also twice won the National Canadian Golden Gloves.

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- With the withdrawal of , and played each other twice.
- Each team will play against each other twice.
- Teams will play each other twice (once home, once away).

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- With the withdrawal of , and played each other twice.
- Each team will play against each other twice.
- Teams will play each other twice (once home, once away).

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- That has cost us at least twice as much as it needed to.
- EUR, twice as much as the runner up which was 2006 with 24. bil.
- Dvořák replied that other publishers would readily pay twice as much.

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- On Sunday 6 October he scored twice against Viborg.
- On 6 December 2012 he netted twice against C.F.
- He scored twice against Algeria in the following match.

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- In urban areas, this might be once or twice a day.
- Most churches sponsor revival meetings once or twice a year.
- "villosa", in contrast are usually subdivided only once or twice.

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- In urban areas, this might be once or twice a day.
- She was very religious and went to Mass twice a day.
- He has sessions twice a day, five days a week.

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- The figures are almost twice lifesize.
- Comparing this to the EU-ETS scheme, it is almost twice as much as the EU allowance.
- Samples from hugel sites contained almost twice as much water as those from flat control plots.

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- As a two-year-old in 1912 she won twice from four starts.
- Pourparler ran five times as a two-year-old and won twice.
- Roderic O'Connor's dam, Secret Garden won twice, including a listed race.

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- Pronotum is twice as long and wide and is narrowed.
- The highway chase was initially planned to be twice as long.
- Generally, tables are rectangles twice as long as they are wide.

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- Karnes even appeared twice on "The Untouchables".
- Yigal has appeared twice at the Eurovision Song Contest.
- He appeared twice on HBO's "Def Comedy Jam".

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- He was twice married, and had nineteen children.
- McCann was twice married, but had no children.
- Lord Stratford de Redcliffe was twice married.

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- Numbers is a three-digit draw game drawn twice daily.
- On Friday, Saturday & Sunday it is increased to twice daily.
- Services included twice daily evening runs during commute hours.

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- It cost £77,000, nearly twice the original budget.
- It has an estimated 162% of the Sun's mass and nearly twice the Sun's radius.
- Classes 11, 12 and 21 were nearly twice as powerful as Classes 22, 23 and 25.

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- Males reach more than twice the size of females.
- Saltwater vodyanoi are twice the size of their freshwater brethren.
- Nearly twice the size of past years, over 2,300 attendees attended XOXO 2018.

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- Math and language arts seminars were held twice weekly.
- The Village has a twice weekly market and hosts three temples.
- As the weather improved, those sessions increased to twice weekly.

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- He was twice named Sun Belt player of the week.
- Johnson was twice named as an ACC All-Academic honoree.
- As a freshman, he was twice named Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Week.

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- Flowering occurs throughout the year and fruiting twice per year.
- The following local service calls at Delfzijl West twice per hour:
- Tours of the site are rarely offered (twice per decade on average).

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- The club have won the Premier League title twice.
- Major-General Hazi Aslanov received the title twice.
- and the Welsh Championships singles title twice (1886–87).

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- Adeang served twice as President of Nauru in 1986.
- He also served twice as Prime Minister of Lithuania.
- One man, William Williams, served twice as commissioner.

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- New ATC codes are published twice annually.
- On 2 January 1841 the paper began to be published twice a week.
- These letters (which overlap somewhat) have been published twice.

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- Marks and Melissa Scott have both won the award twice.
- So far seven players have been able to win the award twice.
- Marty Turco is the only goaltender to have won the award twice.

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- Wrestling mats were mopped twice each day with disinfectant.
- This occurs twice each year, around 20 March and 23 September.
- He has won the Bola de Prata and Prêmio Craque do Brasileirão twice each.

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- By the end of 1974, it was airing only twice a month.
- The newspaper is distributed twice a month.
- Because of a great interest, it started to be published twice a month.

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- It is held twice in a week on Wednesday and Saturday.
- Math and language arts seminars were held twice weekly.
- Selection is held twice a year regardless of conditions.

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- Crow has been nominated twice.
- Blur have also been nominated twice for the prestigious Mercury Prize.
- was nominated twice; Record of the Year and Best Rap/Song Collaboration.

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- Boykin was twice elected the mayor of Clinton, North Carolina.
- He was elected to the municipal council in 1914, and was twice elected as mayor, in 1918 and 1919.
- Although twice elected for two-year terms as governor he was defeated in his bid for a third term in 1982.

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- When the additions were completed in 1988, the building was twice as large.
- The commercial version, ("Arc") was expected to be approximately twice as large.
- By the 1950s the Congo had a wage labour force twice as large as that in any other African colony.

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- The deceased in the car were each shot twice in the head.
- On leaving the club, Simone is shot twice by a man on a motorbike.
- Smith has been shot twice, but escaped both times with light injuries.

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- The Maspeth church burned down twice, in 1919 and 1925.
- Vaden was knocked down twice in the 4th, and once in the 11th round.
- My dad has only been knocked down twice, and that was by George Foreman."

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- He also twice served as chair of his state party's finance committee.
- Benson twice served as president of the Guelph Spring Festival, an annual music fair.
- During this period he also twice served as Librarian, from 1674 to 1676 and 1679 to 1681.

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- In addition, teams will not play the same team twice.
- They played every other Western Conference team twice.

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- When it comes to union contracts, men are also twice as likely to be covered.
- In an 11-year study, women were found to be twice as likely to be affected as men.
- In 2018 she found victims of cyberbullying are more than twice as likely to enact suicidal behaviour.

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- If the declarer loses, he deducts twice the number of game points he would have won.
- Both “dragon” and “clap-toss” gives the player twice the score; twice the number of stones.
- ● The number of upvotes cast by each voter must be at least twice the number of downvotes cast.

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- He was severely wounded twice during the conflict.
- James Bond would only be killed if he was wounded twice.
- He also drew on Selman, who was shot and wounded twice in the thigh.

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- He was twice awarded the Stalin Prize – in 1946 and 1950.
- In 1964 and 1965 "Sea Fox" was twice awarded the Battle ready designation.
- In 1940 she was twice awarded the Doctor of Letters from the University of Maine.

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- He boxed three times against Oxford in the annual Varsity match, winning twice and losing once.
- Jochen Rindt won his first Grand Prix de Pau that year before winning twice more in 1969 and 1970.
- After winning twice from six starts as a two-year-old, she won the Fred Darling Stakes at Newbury.

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- It has a large nose pad that is generally twice as high as it is wide.
- Rainfall on Ben Nevis is about twice as high in the winter as it is in the spring and summer.
- If the defendant wins, the plaintiff should pay a fine twice as high as the amount mentioned in the plaint.

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- Enlistment, which is performed twice a year, is handled by military commissariats.
- Although critically acclaimed the work was a financial failure, and only performed twice.
- Ted Chapin explains: "Today, "Follies" is rarely performed twice in exactly the same version.

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- Altogether, these enhancements allowed the code to perform twice as fast as before."
- Why are parts of the Southern Ocean warming twice as fast as the rest of Earth's oceans?
- In terms of overall performance, the RISC I was twice as fast as the VAX, and about four times that of the Z8000.

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- She was able to return home just twice a year.
- It appeared just twice more in 1940 and 1950.
- After played just twice, he moved to Genoa.

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- On Sunday 6 October he scored twice against Viborg.
- He scored twice against Algeria in the following match.
- On 19 May, he scored twice against Gloria Bistriţa in a 3–1 home win.

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- Dante briefly appears twice in "Jay and Silent Bob Reboot".
- The word appears twice in the Quran.
- The name Johanna appears twice in the New Testament in the Gospel of Luke.

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- The M-29 designation has been used twice in Michigan starting in 1919.
- which has so far only been used twice: for Konrad Adenauer and for Helmut Kohl.
- Again, “the Hour” is used twice in these final ayat to mention the Day of Judgment.

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- The two had briefly met twice during the war.
- Since October 1960, the forum has met twice a year - May and November.
- Prior to this year-long collaboration, the co-authors had only met twice.

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- It also publishes the Child Language Bulletin approximately twice a year.
- The commercial version, ("Arc") was expected to be approximately twice as large.
- This is approximately twice the fuel efficiency of a similarly equipped four-door sedan with a conventional power train.

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- The twice nominated Siddharth for its Best satire and Best Awadhi poem awards.
- Winter was twice nominated for Tony Awards as Best Supporting or Featured Actor (Musical).
- He was twice nominated for a Razzie for Worst Director for these films, winning for "Part 2".

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- Lutz won the German championship twice (1991, 1998) and twice the DFB-Pokal (1990, 1996).
- During his time with the football team, they won the division championship twice, in 1955 and 1956.
- In the ten years under coach Smith, Humboldt State won the conference championship twice, in 2011 and 2015.

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- Miranda would score twice against Hamilton and Rangers respectively.
- Dailly was to go on and score twice from 43 games as West Ham finished in the Division One play-off positions in 2003–04.
- He went on to score twice in 7 appearances that season and also played in Llanelli's Welsh Cup final defeat to Bangor City.

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- Logue was elected twice to the Yuba County Board of Supervisors.
- It was governed by a committee of nine people, elected twice a year.
- From 1991 to 1994 he was elected twice for the Republic Information Minister.

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- Milovanović was capped twice for Serbia in 2008.
- During this period, Rousset was capped twice by France.
- He has also been capped twice by the England C football team.

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- Emperor Alexander I of Russia stayed there twice – in 1818 and 1825.
- He was general and artistic director of the twice – from 1996 to 1998 and from 2001 to 2006.
- Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe visited Israel twice – once in 2015 and a second time in 2018.

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- This length may have been chosen because it's twice the length of a violin string.
- The petals are white, clawed, and 3 to 5 mm long, about twice the length of the sepals.
- The illicium is twice the length of the second dorsal spine and its often darkly banded.

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- Vimy ran twice as a two-year-old in 1954.
- Miss Jummy ran twice at the first October meeting at Newmarket.
- Running mostly on Wednesday nights, the midgets also ran twice on Sundays and one Friday back in '47.

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- ]co-author of two-volume treatise updated twice yearly)
- "JNES" is published twice yearly by the University of Chicago Press.
- Nobivac Piro, has been proven effective when combined with twice yearly booster shots.

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- She was eventually succeeded by her first cousin twice removed, James VI of Scotland.
- She later became the third wife of Saw Shwe Khet, her much older half cousin, twice removed.
- For example a second granduncle is a male first cousin twice removed that comes from a previous generation.