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twofer

(ˈtufɚ)
n. an item that is selling two for the price of one. Here’s a good deal—a twofer—only $7.98. Everything in this store is a twofer. I only want one of these. Do I have to bring a friend who wants one, too?
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In fact, it rarely felt like simple anything--rummaging through the histories of culture and society, looking for fungible commodities on which to build his unorthodox meditations on belief and mortality, Jackson engineered a physically sprawling and intellectually complex twofer that more often than not lived up to its considerable ambitions.
Asda's price for a four-pint carton of milk increased 34% on its controversial twofer, and cream, butter and cheese also saw hefty rises.
A twofer all self- contained and guaranteed not to fall off the wall.
It's critically important that you look for a pharmacologic twofer.
Moreover, the document was widely supposed to be a scandal twofer.
For Texas Democrats, who are unlikely to win any statewide races without some lucky bounces, this is a twofer.
There's a twofer (that's two for the price of one) of comedians at Birmingham Town Hall with entertainment from the acid-tongued Shappi Khorsandi and grumpy young man Jon Richardson.
For the bear, the visit to the Mageaus was something of a twofer, Mr.
It's not so much a one-two effect as a twofer, a split second in which two things happen at once.
To kick-start this effort, he has authorized a TWOFER (TWO FOR ONE) program for the month of March.
Acme, for example, is addressing mass retailers' interest in alternatives to the traditional twofer promotions, Kiner advises.
A TWOFER - CALL IT ESPN THE MAGAZINES: ESPN The Magazine celebrates its 10th Anniversary with a special split issue that celebrates the personalities and history its been fortunate enough to chronicle since its launch in March 1998.
Rick Perry performed a civic duty Wednesday and turned it into a news twofer, making pronouncements on the new voter ID law and the House investigation into one of his appointees.
It's twofer time - two reviews for the price of one