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Twining refers to the process of interlacing strands as if to make twine. It may also refer to:


In the United States:


Other uses[edit]

  • A type of basket weaving
  • Plants growing upwards by revolving around and leaning on a supporting structure
  • Twining Models, an English model-making firm
  • Twining v. New Jersey, 1908 U.S. Supreme Court case concerning Fifth Amendment rights
  • USS Twining (DD-540), American Fletcher-class destroyer
  • Act of dividing an object into two equal and symmetrical part.(Often used in foodstuff such as cakes and teabags)

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