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 n.— «Getting Airbus back to cruising altitude would be difficult enough with one pilot in charge, but Gallois says there’s no need to change EADS’s two-headed system. “I don’t know if bicephalism is an English word,” he says, “but it brings out the best.”» —“Airbus: Losing altitude” by Nelson D. Schwartz CNNMoney July 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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