The film focuses on two Ukranian teens, Raya and Luba, who are lured into slavory by promises of a hotel job.
After 15 years on Death Row, that was commuted to two life sentences.
He had not seen the third eaglet and he did not want to wait before summoning help for the two he had been able to rescue.
The hurricane takes two critical states, Virginia and New Hampshire, off the campaign trail this week.
According to police, a witness saw two people leaving the car, indicating there may be more than one suspect in the case.
There are very many things which I cannot do, but there are also one or two which I have the trick of.
Pen and Jane looked at each other and at the two men's grins of complaisance.
There was a moment's silence between the two in the kitchen, but the spell was broken.
He started out into the street and the two jumped him and started to stab him to death.
It was only two days since his long talk with himself at the pond.
Old English twa, fem. and neuter form of twegen "two" (see twain), from Proto-Germanic *twai (cf. Old Saxon and Old Frisian twene, twa, Old Norse tveir, tvau, Dutch twee, Old High German zwene, zwo, German zwei, Gothic twai), from PIE *duwo (cf. Sanskrit dvau, Avestan dva, Greek duo, Latin duo, Old Welsh dou, Lithuanian dvi, Old Church Slavonic duva, first element in Hittite ta-ugash "two years old").
Dance style two-step is recorded from 1900. Twofer is first recorded 1911 (originally in reference to cigars), from two for (a dollar, etc.). Two cheers for _____, expressing qualified enthusiasm first recorded 1951 in E.M. Forster's title "Two Cheers for Democracy." Two-dimensional is recorded from 1883; figurative sense of "lacking substance or depth" is attested from 1934.
Attractively feminine; sexy: Most female doctors aren't as, uh, young. No, ah, say twisty might be more like it (1970s+)