Siamese

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Siamese (/ˌsəˈmiz/), most commonly refers to:

  • Someone or something from Thailand: see Siam (disambiguation)
  • Siamese, an informal term for conjoined or fused, including with a two-cylinder motorcycle's exhaust pipes
    • Siamese twins, conjoined twins
    • The "Siamese Twins", Chang and Eng Bunker, the conjoined twin sideshow act from whom the term derives
    • Siamesing (engineering), the practice, whose name is derived from siamese twins, of combining two devices (such as cylinder ports or cooling jackets) together into a closely coupled pair, so as to save space between them.

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