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twosome

Sport a match between two people
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And while the twosome of Choules and Gunning celebrated success, Miller and Hawkins could only sit back and rue their luck.
While all the other numbers--solos, twosomes, foursomes--involved a mixture of feelings, the second female solo was about a single emotion.
But there are twosomes and threesomes, too, people with more gray in their hair who walk slow, irregular paths along the edges of plots--doing an invisible labyrinth walk--who stop to read headstones, point out a lush new clump of phlox here or marigolds there, sometimes stopping dead still and doing a very solemn and synchronized shake of heads as if to say, "Oh, what a shame." What a shame they lost this boy the way they did.
Nor do gay filmmakers, evidently: Two twosomes carried home the top documentary jury prizes at the festival's end.
He adds that the findings, reported in the May 10 and May 20 Astrophysical Journal Letters, may shed light on the dynamics of other stellar twosomes, such as a normal star delivering gas to an object much denser than a white dwarf--a neutron star or black hole.