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Related topics: Weapons
.22.22 /ˌtwenti ˈtuː/ noun [countable]  PMWa gun that fires small bullets, used for hunting small animals
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.22A majority of twenty-two when we had counted on sixty as a minimum.Her accomplice, a square-shouldered young man of perhaps twenty-two, held a copy of my resume.I stayed on the project full time for fourteen years and part time for another twenty-two.I was twenty-two then and already had left Boulder three times, only to go back.Irene nursed it up to twenty-two.Thirty-six had gone out on that boat, twenty-two of them men, and only the women were coming back.Two of them are automatic pistols, caliber twenty-two, manufactured by High Standard.
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