two circles

two circles

symbol of twins; in particular, Castor and Pollux [Gk. Myth.: Jobes, 343]
See: Twins
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Tenders are invited for Preparation of DPR for the Development of two circles inside J.
net that the senator's son shaded two circles for president.
In first circle, volunteers would conduct body search and identification of the procession participants while walk through gates and metal detectors would be used at third security circle, he said and added that on other two circles, the security personnel would watch and keep a vigilant eye on the suspects and miscreants.
The operator has suspended supply of new SIM cards and recharges in the two circles.
He said: "We also trialled a two-mile hurdle at Cheltenham where it was suggested at a jockeys' seminar that they came out on to the track in the normal way and did two circles to the right.
In the pictures you can see two circles in my forehead which is a bone graft from the back of my skull.
Louisenberg #2 comprises two peanut shapes, one stacked above the other, filling a square canvas; in Louisenberg #7, also square but about two-fifths the size of #2, the lower peanut has been replaced by two circles, the peanut form's antecedent before merger.
Two circles symbolise records and CDs, while two black curved emblems, each divided in two, which look like beetles' backs represent Sir Paul's role in the Beatles and his fellow bandmates John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison.
Two circles of lush green grass appear and the grass between them dies.
On 2 of these draw arrows to show clockwise direction on one circle and anti-clockwise on the other; in the middle of the other two circles write "YES" in the middle of one, and "NO" in the other.
Many investigators now work with a figure-eight coil because the magnetic field generated by its two circles focuses on smaller regions of the brain than the simpler coil does.
His "ears," the two circles on either side of the mouth, rotate to pinpoint the returning echoes.