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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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Roni said he had always wanted to own a "two-faced" car.
New Delhi [India], July 21 ( ANI ): Condemning former chief minister Farooq Abdullah's statement that a third party can be approached to resolve the Kashmir issue, Jammu and Kashmir Deputy Chief Minister Nirmal Singh on Friday questioned his two-faced approach on the issue.
"If they say 'We don't see the YPG and these terrorist groups as the same', my answer is, that is a double standard and two-faced," Cavusoglu said at a UN summit in Turkey's Antalya resort.
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It is a hard sell by the two-faced coalition to convince those hit hardest that they had to take such stringent measures on the poorest, while the Conservatives beat them off with a stick over their suggested mansion tax.
Commons Speaker John Bercow recently singled out Mr Gove as the most two-faced MP in Parliament, able to issue withering insults after "superficial praise".
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The militia advised Pakistan, historically perhaps its closest foreign ally, to prioritise 'Islamic and national' interests and stand firm in the face of 'America's two-faced and implacable politics'.