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The ability to play more than one instrument.
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entry accounting - System of bookkeeping in which every transaction is recorded as a debit in one or more accounts and as a credit in one or more accounts such that the total of the debit entries equals the total of the credit entries.
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In the film and TV industry, a person who stands in, or is substituted, for a principal actor.
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Blind - A method of testing a new product, usually medicine, in which neither the people trying the product nor those administering the treatment know who is testing the real product and [..]
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Entry Bookkeeping - An accounting method which results in balanced ledgers, i.e., for every transaction a credit is recorded in one account and a debit is recorded in another.
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early 13c., from Old French doble (10c.) "double, two-fold; two-faced, deceitful," from Latin duplus "twofold, twich as much" from duo "two" (see two) + -plus "more& [..]
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late 13c., "make double," from Old French dobler, from Latin duplare, from duplus (see double (adj.)). Meaning "to work as, in addition to one's regular job" is c. 1920, circu [..]
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A Java keyword used to define a variable of type double.
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A daylily blossom with more than six segments (three petals and three sepals). Some double daylilies have additional well-formed additional sets of blossom segments layered one upon another. These are referred to as hose-in-hose. Other doubles contains clusters of petaloids at the center of the blossom, much like double peonies. Deformed stamens of [..]
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1. Short for a double-chainring crankset. 2. A jump with a gap between the take-off and landing. 3. Short for double century (a 200-mile ride).
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a base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base; "he hit a double to deep centerfield" downward and forward; "he was bent double with pain&quo [..]
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A golf accumulator bet consisting of two selections.
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A single bet with two selections. The winnings from the first selection are placed on the second selection. Both selections must win to get a return.
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A double is a betting term used to signify placing two bets on one slip. It requires you to have both selections to be successful to win the bet.
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twice as much
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refers to the person who temporarily takes the leading player's place for a dangerous or difficult stunt, or to photographically stand in for the actor (when the latter is not available or when t [..]
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To multiply by 2 ; determine twice as much.
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Definition adjective
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Psychodrama. A person using another ego to act out inner thoughts.
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1. Short for a double-chainring crankset. 2. A jump with a gap between the take-off and landing. 3. Short for double century (a 200-mile ride).
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topl
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tsveyik
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A crankset having two chainwheels. A double century; 200 miles.
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A term for a two-person spot, or dialogue.
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  An espresso made from a double shot, approximately 1.5 - 2 ounces.
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A 64-bit floating point primitive. When wrapped in an immutable Object, it is called a Double. Double gotchas floating point IEEE 754 Floating Point int vs Integer literal primitive
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(n) a base hit on which the batter stops safely at second base(n) a stand-in for movie stars to perform dangerous stunts(n) someone who closely resembles a famous person (especially an actor)(n) a [..]
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To pass or sail round, as “to double the cape.” The cape (or point) is twice between the ship and the land. (French, doubler; Latin, duoplico.)        
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1. Short for a double-chainring crankset. 2. A jump with a gap between the take-off and landing. 3. Short for double century (a 200-mile ride).
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A person who temporarily takes the lead actor's place for a stunt or to stand in for the actor in a shot when they are not available or unwilling to be shot (such as in a nude scene).  Shots are done in a way to avoid seeing the double's face.
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genitive (dobbel genitiv): a double genitive is visible in a noun phrase which contains both the s-genitive (or a possessive pronoun) and the of-genitive. E.g. a friend of Mary's; that car of his [..]
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A single bet that contains two selections. Both selections must win for the bet to be successful.
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A person doubling for a principal actor usually for stunts (dangerous shots).
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A performer who appears in place of another performer, i.e., as in a stunt.
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Twice the amount of alcohol. The custom here is to charge double the price as well. Many inexperienced drinkers are unaware that they can significantly reduce drinking costs with certain spirits by ordering specific cocktails instead of Doubles.  For example, a Gin Martni contains 3oz of gin but can cost a fraction of ordering a Double Gin & T [..]
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Two-consecutive shifts in a single day.
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An espresso made from a double shot, approximately 1 1/2 - 2 ounces.
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Two shots in one drink.
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refers to a specific way to order an espresso, or to the typical pour of an espresso. Since the double basket is most often used, a “double” is what is often poured. A double is usually between 2.5 [..]
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To alter course round a point of land.
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Shot - The practice of loading smooth-bore cannons with two cannon-balls.
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ended siding - A siding which leaves the mainline but comes back to meet it at the other end.
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header - Two engines or locomotives.
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Two items a dawg sees thrown for it retrieve. Items are not thrown at the same time. A double tests the dawg’s memory as it must pick up one item, return to it’s handler, then go get [..]
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, boolean
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(C++ intrinsic type)
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is a type of floating-point
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for details.
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, which differ in their range and precision. Unlike the integer variable types, the floating-point types are not divided into signed
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for details on range and precision.
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adj. "double; duplicitous, treacherous," s.v. double a. (adv.) OED. KEY: double@adj
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adj 14 double 14
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double-precision floating-point number. TC++PL 4.5.
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A route where the receiver runs downfield and breaks in towards the center of the field on a 90 degree angle. The opposite of an out. Not to be confused with Nathan Lane's character in " [..]
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 A call that increases the scoring value of odd tricks or undertricks of an opponent’s bid. A double can be made only over the opponent’s last bid with only passes intervening. Double has many me [..]
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a base hit which allows the hitter to reach second base.
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Loosely translated as "Bonus if you make it!"
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The thin outer ring of the board. In standard x01 games, a double counts for two times the number hit.
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Removing two stones from play with one shot.
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What you order at the bar when you lose.
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a scoring statistic credited to a batter when he/she has hit a ball safely into fair territory and advances to 2nd
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An offer made by one player to his opponent during the course of the game (on that player's turn, but before he has rolled the dice) to continue the game at twice the current stakes
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or "doublet", a tile with the same number of pips on both halves. Double (n)
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See also: Cooperative-Penalty Double, Cooperative-Takeout Double, Penalty Double, Takeout
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A domino with both ends having the same value. For example, two sixes is called "double-six", and two ones is called "double-one". Also referred to as a "doublet".
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To offer the doubling cube and play on for twice the current value of the game.
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A domino tile with the same spotted suit marked on both ends. For example, two sixes is a "double-six", and two blanks is a "double-blank". Also known as a &quo [..]
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A call that increases the bonus for making or defeating a contract. It can also be used to ask partner to bid a suit.
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The thin outer ring of the board, it usually counts for two times the number hit.
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A hit which allows the batter reaches second base safely.
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Traditional style room designed for and occupied by two students and containing two sets of furniture.
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A flower with more than the normal number of petals, sepals, bracts, or florets. May be designated botanically by the terms flore pleno, plena, or pleniflora. double worked Grafted twice, i.e. grafted [..]
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A hotel room for occupancy by two people which may contain a double, queen or king-size bed.
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A hotel room for occupancy by two people which may contain a double, queen or kingsize bed.
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Hotel room with one double bed, or sometimes a room designed to accommodate two people.
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bed approximately 54" x 75" (105 x 155 cm) or room with double bed.
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1. Short for a double-chainring crankset. 2. A jump with a gap between the take-off and landing. 3. Short for double century (a 200-mile ride).
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The bid and offer prices provided by an inter-dealer broker on a given instrument at any given moment during trading hours.
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A bet on two separate events or two parts of the same event.
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An accumulator involving exactly two selections.
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A bet consisting of two selections, both of which must win for the wager to be successful.
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Made up of two matching or complementary elements. (The closet has double doors.) *though the island itself was not very largeI found a great ledge of rocks lie out about two leagues into the sea [..]
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Double- or double bet; a combination bet on 2 games; Both games must be guessed correctly in order for the bet to win.
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A bet consisting of two selections, both of which must win for the wager to be successful.
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A Java(TM) programming language keyword used to define a variable of type double.
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mid-14c., "amount twice as great," also "duplicate copy," from double (adj.).
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multiplied by 2, twice as much.
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Applied to a flower with more than the usual number of petals.
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A flower with more than the normal number of petals, sepals or florets; in some cases petals or staminodes may replace stamens. A double form may be designated botanically by flore pleno, plena or ple [..]
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A flower with more than the normal number of petals, sepals, bracts, or florets. May be designated botanically by the terms flore pleno, plena, or pleniflora. double worked Grafted twice, i.e. grafted to an intermediate stock.
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