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in two

Into two separate parts; in half: cut the sandwich in two.
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55) Arab women are portrayed primarily in two roles: as weak and mute, covered in black, or as scantily clad belly dancers.
In two of the AP photos, the armed figure in the foreground is reaching for Elian as the boy recoils in horror.
The officer, Murillo says, was holding the gun in two hands, with his arms fully extended, an account confirmed by several witnesses.
Mira Loma inmates go through their deportation hearings in two courtrooms in Mira Loma buildings, and one in a modular structure outside the gates.