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two

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of one and one. It is a prime number
2. a numeral, 2, II, (ii), etc., representing this number
3. Music the numeral 2 used as the lower figure in a time signature, indicating that the beat is measured in minims
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There is a profit potential of approximately five cents per litre after expenses, whereas petroleum products operate at two cents profit per litre.
The grand promise of reform comes to earth when Miller explains where the two cents will come from: cuts in spending on health care, education, the poor, and if necessary, defense, and above all, a 60-cent-per-gallon gas tax.
It casts a real wide net," Zuckerman said of Two Cents.
On smaller juice boxes and drink pouches, the charge is two cents.
I was reading the audio department of your May-June issue, and want to add my two cents to the plus side of Peter Francis James' skills (James narrated In My Father's House by Ernest Gaines, page reviewed 26).
Kroger estimates that the result will be an increase of two cents per share in fiscal 1998, a drop of two cents per share in fiscal 1999 and a decrease of one cent per share in both the first and second quarters of 2000.
The result was projected as a minor hit to third-quarter earnings of no more than two cents a share.
By 1999, the plan would do away with all but two cents of the 18.
grouses about how much Jack's first congressional victory cost him, is: "The kid could've bee elected for two cents - he's that good.
Compared to pavement, which takes 25 cents of every street-construction dollar, and sewer and water facilities, costing 52 cents, the two cents spent on trees is nominal.