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What does "Double vision, double over" mean?

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http://books.google.com.br/books?id=K__fyN2gl9gC&pg=PA157&dq="double+vision,+double+over"
it isa quote from Dan Brown's Angels & Demons

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The book says that it is a mantra.. he is quoting an archivist.

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The character is in a sort of library looking for a very specific book among many other, all out of order.

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He is working with someone else. In this library.

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    Double vision means visual impairment in which an object is seen as two objects.

    Double Over means bend over or curl up, usually with laughter or pain

    cowboy...

    How about just posting the context here? It would be easier for all of us. :P

    I wonder too ...

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