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DOUBLE. Twofold; as, double cost; double insurance; double plea.

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Bernie Moritz and his wife bought annuities with the nursing home doubler after researching the LTC insurance market.
Each winner will receive 50 x pounds 1 Super Cash Doubler National Lottery Scratchcards, which will be sent to winners by registered post within seven days of closing date.
Doubler further strengthens the book by including one-page biographies of prominent people who have helped shape the citizen-soldier, such as Congressman G.
Investigators allegedly discovered scratches and a 15-inch crack under a doubler that had been attached to the aircraft after the tail hit a runway in 1980.
They reached the final with a 24-16 win over defending champions Teesside Steelers and Doubler, from Llanishen, Cardiff, said, ``Having lost in the last five minutes of last year's semi-final, that was a brilliant win for us.
is selling surround sound, THX sound systems, line doublers and quadruplers for sharper pictures, and giant-screen front-projection movie systems, all housed in top-of-the-line cabinetry.
Station Doubler is perfect for those who need to share databases and programs, who need remote access, who need to reduce PC costs, and for those who need more access to a LAN.
As the doubler says via computer translation, "Microgroup voluntary.
The TGC4403 is a K-band frequency doubler and includes a buffer amplifier.
a leading RF solutions supplier and technology innovator, has released the first two members of its cost-effective TriAccess hybrid-packaged power doubler family.
Covering the period from 1607 to 2002, Doubler and Listman, both affiliated with the National Guard Educational Foundation, chronicle the history of America's National Guard, the nation's oldest military institution.
The design and analysis of a novel balanced-like high conversion gain frequency doubler is presented, employing alternate power dividing and combining techniques.