dual carriagewayAnd this is er a dual carriageway.
dual purposeThis is a dual purpose crop.
dual roleMarket segmentation plays a dual role, namely (i) as a marketing tool, and (ii) as a basic input to business planning.
dual systemFor centuries Japan had a dual system of rule: a reigning emperor based at Kyoto and a military government whose seat was normally outside the capital.
dual problemThe defence establishment is faced with a dual problem.
dual processorThe company works with multiple hardware platforms, including Sparc, DEC, HP, Intel and Control Data — it is about to take possession of a dual processor 4680 CDC machine — along with X-terminals from NCD, Tektronix and Tandberg.
have a dual‘They have a dual purpose,’ a spokesman explained.
dual focusFor our November meeting we had a dual focus of interest.
dual purposesThe dual purposes of this chapter are to describe and explain this major division in the distribution of resources in old age.
dual citizenshipHowever, dual citizenship would not be allowed.
dual controlsThe seat next to him is usually left empty, partly for weight and C of G considerations, but also because some of the aircraft have dual controls.
first dualSurtees was not content to end his career as the first dual world champion; he wanted more.
dual state thesisBut, crucially, unlike Castells and Dunleavy they reject a unitary view of the state in favour of a ‘dualistic’ theory of politics — the dual state thesis .
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dual functionThe RSJC has a dual function.
dual simplexWhen , but the dual simplex pivot selection rule does not give a pivot column (because all entries are non-negative).