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  • As thick as two short planks
  • At a price to suit your pocket
  • Between two stools ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Big Mac ( Nickname of baseball player Mark McGwire )
  • Black mark
  • Both oars in the water
  • Both sides of the desk
  • Bunny suit ( Canadian military slang term for a cbrn ( chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear ) )
  • Burn the candle at both ends ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Caught in two minds
  • Cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education ( Mark Twain quotation )
  • Children, one is one, two is fun, three is a house full
  • Cloak and dagger ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Close to the mark
  • Come On Over ( Shania Twain album )
  • Come On Over ( Shania Twain song )
  • Cut your coat to suit your cloth
  • Dance With The One That Brought You ( Shania Twain song )
  • Deep Throat ( Nickname of Mark Felt )
  • Don't give two hoots
  • Double denim ( denim jeans worn with a denim shirt or jacket )
  • Double header ( A baseball expression denoting two events held on the same day with the same participants )
  • Eating for two
  • Every Step Of The Way ( Mark Ballas song )
  • Every stick has two ends
  • Follow suit
  • Four by two
  • Full Metal Jacket ( Stanley Kubrick movie )
  • Game of two halves
  • Get off the mark
  • Goody two shoes
  • Happy sad ( a bitterweet feeling combining both happiness and sadness )
  • Hasn't got two cents to rub together
  • Have it both ways
  • Have your bread buttered on both sides
  • He doesn't have both oars in the water
  • Hello, one two three testing
  • High visibility jacket ( reflective coat worn to be easily seen )
  • I'm Gonna Love Her For The Both Of Us ( Meatloaf song )
  • If you can't ride two horses at once, you shouldn't be in the circus
  • If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything ( Mark Twain quotation )
  • In two minds
  • In two shakes
  • In two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • In your birthday suit
  • It takes two hands to hold a Whopper ( Burger King advertising slogan )
  • It takes two to tango
  • It was the best of times: it was the worst of times ( the opening line of A Tale Of Two Cities )
  • Jump in with both feet
  • Kill two birds with one stone
  • Like a dog with two dicks
  • Like a dog with two tails
  • Look both ways
  • Mad Dog ( Nickname of Mark Madsen )
  • Make your mark
  • Mark down
  • Mark my words
  • Mark time
  • Mark your card
  • Meat and two veg
  • My precious ( The Lord of the Rings: Two Towers )
  • Never put off until tomorrow what you can do the day after tomorrow ( Mark Twain quotation )
  • Never the twain shall meet
  • No Jacket Required ( Phil Collins album )
  • No man can serve two masters
  • Not two pennies to rub together
  • Number two
  • Off the mark
  • On the mark
  • On your mark, get set, go
  • One fall, two submissions or a knockout
  • One for sorrow, two for mirth, three for a wedding, four for a birth
  • One step forward, two steps back
  • One two buckle my shoe ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • One two many and you might turn Bertie ( Bassett's Liquorice Allsorts advertising slogan )
  • One two three o'clock four o'clock rock
  • Penguin suit
  • Play both ends against the middle
  • Pox on both your houses
  • Put two and two together
  • Quick off the mark
  • Royal flush ( in poker - a hand including a ten jack queen king and ace of the same suit )
  • Six and two threes
  • Six, two and even
  • Stand on your own two feet
  • Step up to the mark ( mark yourself ready to take responsibility )
  • Suit up
  • Suit you, sir ( A catchphrase from The Fast Show )
  • Suit yourself
  • Swing both ways
  • Table for two
  • Take down a peg or two
  • Take two aspirin and call me in the morning
  • Tea for two
  • Teach someone a thing or two
  • That's going to leave a mark
  • The Man With Two Brains ( Steve Martin movie )
  • The Woman In Me ( Shania Twain album )
  • The animals went in two by two
  • The beast with two backs ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • The best of both worlds
  • The lesser of two evils
  • The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read ( Mark Twain quotation )
  • The mark of Cain
  • The mark of a man ( Old Spice aftershave advertising slogan )
  • The mark of the Beast
  • The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated
  • The square on the hypotenuse equals the sum of the squares on the other two sides
  • There are two sides to every question
  • Today the discriminating family finds it absolutely necessary to own two or more motor cars ( Buick advertising slogan )
  • Two Jags ( Nickname of John Prescott )
  • Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad ( Meatloaf song )
  • Two Ton Tessa
  • Two all beef patties special sauce lettuce cheese pickles onions on a sesame seed bun ( McDonald's advertising slogan )
  • Two and eight ( Cockney rhyming slang for state )
  • Two and two make five
  • Two and two make four
  • Two blacks don't make a white
  • Two bricks short of a load
  • Two buck chuck
  • Two can play at that game
  • Two cents worth
  • Two faced
  • Two fat ladies ( Bingo call for number eighty eight )
  • Two fisted
  • Two for joy ( Magpie nursery rhyme )
  • Two for me, none for you! ( Twix advertising slogan )
  • Two for one
  • Two four six eight who do we appreciate ( cheerleader chant )
  • Two heads are better than one
  • Two irons in the fire
  • Two left feet
  • Two little dicky birds sitting on a wall, one named Peter, one named Paul ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Two little ducks ( Bingo call for number twenty two )
  • Two of a kind
  • Two on the aisle
  • Two pot screamer
  • Two sandwiches short of a picnic
  • Two shakes of a lamb's tail
  • Two steps forward and one step back
  • Two strings to his bow
  • Two timing
  • Two turtle doves ( line from A Partridge In A Pear Tree )
  • Two wrongs don't make a right
  • Two's company three's a crowd
  • Up to the mark
  • Us versus them ( denoting the emnity between two opposing groups )
  • Way off the mark
  • We're number two. We try harder ( Avis Rent-a-Car advertising slogan )
  • Whistle and flute ( Cockney rhyming slang for suit )
  • Winning is the mark of the Rebel ( Rebel Sport advertising slogan )
  • With both barrels
  • Work both sides of the street
  • Zoot suit

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