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  1. The German broadcaster Sender Freies Berlin (SFB) existed from November to April as the public service radio for Berlin. It then was fusioned into the Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (RBB). For production credits see Sender Freies Berlin. Band connected to SFB are: SFB Big Band, SFB Combo, Studio Orchester Berlin, SFB.
  2. Twins marrying twins and having twins: This may sound confusing but it is a highly rare phenomena that has a one in a million chance of happening!
  3. In , a small group of dedicated people planning Twinsburg’ s participation in the bicentennial celebration that year decided to set aside one day for twins. The Twins Day Festival started with a flag raising and dedication of the Wilcox Monument on the square and the dedication of the first picnic shelter at Glenn Chamberlin Park. [ ].
  4. Conjoined twins are pretty rare, but Abby and Brittany were even rarer as they were born dicephalus twins. It is a rare form of conjoined twin where they seem to .
  5. Wedding guests in Michigan will be seeing double this weekend, when identical twins Krissie and Kassie Bevier walk down the aisle to marry identical twin brothers Zack and Nick Lewan.
  6. Although Lankhorst Yarns also produces plastic twine, Lankhorst sees the Elite Bio Twine as the “twine of the future. “We also see a continual growth, but will certainly have to continue to stimulate this. If there is no financial advantage for a grower, he won’t pay more for it,” says Joris van Calcar of Lankhorst [ ].
  7. Lucy and Emily Thomas, identical twins, were bullied so badly that they developed severe body image issues. But it's now 18 years later and the twins are getting the last laugh!
  8. The interlocking firing pin idea was great. When dual wielding guns, it is very hard to have to pull back both pins. I usually take one gun, hold it under my arm, then pull the opposite gun, then take the pulled gun, put it between my legs, then take out the un-pulled one from under my arm, and pull it, and I'm done.

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