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    'Twin-track approach'

    Does the above mean killing two birds with one stone? If not what does it mean? I could also use an example... please.

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    Re: 'Twin-track approach'

    Consider a railway with two tracks, along which two trains are moving towards the same place. They are making a "twin track approach". Metaphorically, it means to arrive at a solution by following parallel but different methods or theories.

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