Some articles on twofold:
... As well, cruises of Twofold Bay and for whale-watching leave the Eden Wharf located in Snug Cove ... The cruise of Nullica Bay, Twofold Bay, allows close views of the two major wharves mentioned in the article on Twofold Bay ...
... Dn (for dihedral, or two-sided) has an n-fold rotation axis plus n twofold axes perpendicular to that axis ... planes each containing the n-fold axis and one of the twofold axes ... to the elements of Dn, n vertical mirror planes which pass between twofold axes (diagonal planes) ...
... The original inhabitants of the area surrounding Twofold Bay were Aborigines of the Thaua clan of the Yuin nation ... Two days later a survey of Twofold Bay was commenced ... In 1843 Benjamin Boyd purchased land in Twofold Bay with the aim of transporting cattle from the district ...
... There is a twofold society, of which almost all men in the world are members, and from that twofold concernment they have to attain a twofold happiness viz ...
... George Bass first took shelter in Twofold bay on the return leg of a voyage to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) in February, 1798, having noted the bay on the southward leg of ... the killer whales would trap humpback whales that entered Twofold Bay, the whales would then be harpooned, and the orcas rewarded with prize pieces of the humpback carcasses ... The graziers from the Monaro district inland from Twofold Bay were seeking a better way to transport their cattle to Hobart, Tasmania ...
More definitions of "twofold":
- (adv): By a factor of two.
Example: "The price increased twofold last year"
Synonyms: two times
Famous quotes containing the word twofold:
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Oh! clasp we to our hearts, for deathless dower,
This close-companioned inarticulate hour
When twofold silence was the song of love.”
—Dante Gabriel Rossetti (18281882)
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—William Shakespeare (15641616)