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1. It's a long way to go for two people in their seventies.
2. He lost two stone in weight during his time there.
3. I undid the bottom two buttons of my yellow and grey shirt.
4. It would be difficult to find two men who were more dissimilar.
5. The two policemen were joined by another policeman also carrying a pistol.
6. He bowled so well that we won two matches.
7. After his elevation to the papacy, he reigned for two years.
8. Give the cardboard two or three coats of varnish to harden it.
9. I drain the pasta, then I share it out between two plates.
10. The two airlines will cooperate on ticketing and schedules.
11. Two trains collided head-on in north-eastern Germany early this morning.
12. Only two go down at the end of this season.
13. Striker Alan Smith was guilty of two glaring misses.
14. Probate cases can go on for two years or more.
15. The London City Ballet has engaged two male dancers from the Bolshoi.