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  • 1 four-by-two — fourˈ by twoˈ noun 1. The piece of cloth in a rifle pull through 2. An army biscuit 3. A piece of wood, etc four (inches, etc) by two (inches, etc) • • • Main Entry: ↑four …

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  • 2 four-inched — fourˈ inched adjective (Shakespeare) Four inches wide • • • Main Entry: ↑four …

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  • 3 four-by-two — I. /fɔ bi ˈtu/ (say faw bee tooh) noun 1. a piece of wood which, in the imperial measure, was in cross section four inches by two inches. 2. a small piece of cloth attached to a pull through to clean a rifle. II. /fɔ bi ˈtu/ (say faw bee tooh)… …

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  • 4 Four Inch Course — Motorsport venue Name = Four Inch Course | Location = Douglas, Isle of Man Time = GMT Events = Tourist Trophy Length km = 60.39 Length mi = 37.5 Turns = 220+ Record time = 1 hour 32 mins, 32.2 sec (57.70 mph) Record driver = Major Henry Seagrave… …

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  • 5 four by two — Meaning Jew. Origin Cockney rhyming slang. Four inches by two is a size in which timber is sold in the UK …

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  • 6 Four by four/Four-wheel drive (disambiguation) — Four wheel drive, Four by four, and 4x4 are terms used to describe a drivetrain that enables all four wheels of a vehicle to receive torque from the engine simultaneously, or a vehicle that possesses such a drivetrain. Other uses:* Four Wheel… …

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  • 7 four-by-four — or 4 × 4 (fôrʹbī fôr , fōrʹbī fōr ) n. 1. A four wheel drive motor vehicle. 2. A length of lumber that is 4 inches thick and 4 inches wide, or that is trimmed to slightly smaller dimensions. * * * …

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  • 8 Four-cross — (4X), also called Mountain cross, not to be confused with Fourcross, is a relatively new style of mountain bike racing where four bikers race downhill on a prepared, BMX like, track, simply trying to get down first. These bikes are generally… …

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  • 9 four|pen|ny — «FR PEHN ee, FOHR ; puh nee», noun, plural nies, adjective. –n. = fourpence. (Cf. ↑fourpence) –adj. worth fourpence; costing fourpence: »a fourpenny piece. A fourpenny nail is 1½ inches long, and it is so called because originally the nails cost… …

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  • 10 Four Freedoms (Norman Rockwell) — This article is about Norman Rockwell s paintings. For other uses, see Four Freedoms (disambiguation) …

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  • 11 four by two — noun a) a length of sawn wood, of cross section 4 inches by 2 inches, most often employed as structural framing lumber (dimension or dimensional lumber) b) cotton cloth 4 inches wide with lines two inches apart, conveniently torn into two inch… …

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  • 12 Four Walls Falling — Infobox musical artist Name = Four Walls Falling Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Birth name = Alias = Born = Died = Origin = Richmond, Virginia, United States Instrument = Voice type = Genre = Hardcore Occupation =… …

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  • 13 two-by-four — noun a timber measuring (slightly under) 2 inches by 4 inches in cross section (Freq. 2) • Hypernyms: ↑timber * * * I. | ̷ ̷ bə| ̷ ̷ adjective 1. : measuring two units (as inches) by four 2. : small …

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  • 14 two-by-four — ☆ two by four [to͞o′bī fôr΄ ] adj. 1. that measures two inches by four inches, two feet by four feet, etc. 2. Informal small, narrow, cramped, etc. n. any length of lumber two inches thick and four inches wide when untrimmed: in the building… …

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  • 15 two-by-four — /ˈtu bi fɔ/ (say tooh bee faw) adjective 1. two units thick and four units wide, especially in inches. 2. US Colloquial a. small in size. b. unimportant; insignificant. –noun 3. any length of timber approximately two inches thick and four inches… …

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  • 16 two-by-four — 1. adjective a) measuring two inches by four inches b) small or cramped 2. noun A length of timber having this cross section. (Note: often this is dimensional lumber that was this size BEFORE being planed to finished form, whi …

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  • 17 two-by-four — noun 1》 a length of wood with a rectangular cross section nominally two inches by four inches. 2》 W. Indian & US a small or insignificant thing, typically a building …

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  • 18 3 Inches of Blood — This article is about the Canadian heavy metal group. For The Unicorns demo, see Three Inches of Blood. 3 Inches of Blood 3 Inches of Blood performs at Reds, Edmonton, 2005 Background information …

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  • 19 Micro Four Thirds system — The Micro Four Thirds system (MFT) is a standard created by Olympus and Panasonic, and announced on August 5, 2008,[1] for mirrorless interchangeable lens digital cameras and camcorders[2] design and development. However, unlike the preceding… …

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  • 20 two-by-four — I. noun Date: 1884 a piece of lumber approximately 2 by 4 inches as sawed and usually 1 5/8 by 3 5/8 inches when dressed II. adjective Date: 1897 1. small or petty of its kind < this house and its two by four garden Philip Barry > 2. measuring… …

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