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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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Let's not forget Gibbons' older brother, Billy Gibbons, who is in his 28th season as head coach of the Holy Cross women's basketball team and still manages to call his kid brother once or twice a week to give his two cents' worth.
I wanted to write and provide my two cents' worth of experience on the topic of vortex generators, which I was excited to see covered in your June 2012 issue.
After reading the March/April/May "Gun Dog Mailbag," I have to add my two cents' worth.
I must put my two cents' worth in about Wayne van Zwoll's .
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But he will be in a position where he can put in his two cents' worth when such policies are being framed--as probably will Jarrett.
It is about the time of year The Register-Guard's Diane Dietz puts in her two cents' worth about the subject.
I would like to put my two cents' worth in asking Gareth Barry to stay with the club.
Employers and unions also put in their two cents' worth yesterday.
Here's my two cents' worth from across the pond after having to watch a lot of American sports in between finally figuring out how to watch most of the Reds games - either on TV or via computer from 4,000 miles away.
If they're savvy enough to read the Editorial Blog throughout the day and contribute their two cents' worth, more power to them.
Because this is an even-numbered issue, Tom will lead off with his findings and then I will close with my two cents' worth.