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The company is now worth more than double Time Warner, whose chief executive Jeff Bewkes once referred to Netflix in 2010 as the Albanian army.
United's academy heads have been working double time since the appointment of Nicky Butt; and the last 18 months have been very productive ones for the club, who are aiming to become a dominant force in the Premier League again.
For them, walking into the living room and hearing The West Wing playing in double time never gets old (or normal).
Over what were already speedy tempos, a marimba that sprinted and arpeggiated in double time became a frenetic invitation to party.
Essentially, each key ingredient is working double time to ensure Baebody keeps its promises.
Everest, which upset Stevens Point and Wausau West in double time in the sectional, finished 19-7-2.
The tempo of his speech picked up—suddenly a relatively laid-back congressman from Massachusetts went into double time; mild profanities began to flow.
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: payment of a worker at two times the usual rate
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