After all, the United State has twice elected an African-American President.
He could hire the Mormon Tabernacle Choir to follow Gingrich around singing “Once, twice, Three Times a Lady” at campaign stops.
And yet, the owners have now, twice, asked for an extension to the expiration date of the Current Bargaining Agreement.
The 30-person course always fills and typically has a waiting list at least twice the size of the class.
He has deployed to Iraq twice and completed a tour in Afghanistan as a Medevac pilot-in-command and air mission commander.
He has done me once or twice, you see; and so I try to take it out of him.
He now owned a great deal of water-front, twice as much as before.
I thought once or twice there was something fishy—she was trying it on.
In Vienna, L. 11,000 a-year is equal to twice the sum in England.
At these places the dog was once or twice nearly baffled again.
late Old English twiga, twigea "two times" (cognate with Old Frisian twia, Old Saxon tuuio) + adverbial genitive ending -es.