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Arrange in two similar or parallel lines; double:‘you will be double-banked with someone experienced’
- ‘Some offices get their daylight from this dramatic space, others from the perimeter, allowing office corridors to be double-banked.’
- ‘Yeah, that'll work - after all, nobody's double-banked VCRs and copied movies since they started putting the FBI warning at the front of the tapes, have they?’
- ‘The regular rhythm of solid and void evokes the basalt columns of the Causeway and, more practically, suits the repetitive nature of hotel plans - here, rooms and suites are simply double-banked off spinal corridors.’
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