Directed by two heads or chiefs; existing under two coordinate authorities.(adjective)
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Use "two-headed" in a sentence
"Say what you will about Britney, she would never film a video that included shots of a two-headed, albumen-covered Baby Britney emerging from her own uterus while a voiceover discussed the mitosis of the universe."
"Assume that a leader's posture is a two-headed hydra--one part not explicitly acknowledging in broad marketing the existence of a threat; the other taking positive, explicit, sometimes expensive steps to protect and grow your leadership position."
"One veteran analyst on the Islamic Republic of Iran and on the struggle between the Mullahs and the Iranian "Nationalists" led by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that there is today in Tehran "a two-headed eagle; and a two-headed eagle cannot fly"."