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“The ship was deployed during the Gulf War in 1991 and fired Tomahawk missiles as well as its 16-inch guns at Iraqi forces in Kuwait.”
“The battleship originally was outfitted with 16-inch guns, but Tomahawk missile launchers were added between 1984 and 1986.”
“A spokesman for D.C. Water said a 16-inch main ruptured nearby on 14th Street NE, affecting 50 homes and the school; no repair time was estimated.”
“A spokesman for D.C. Water said a 16-inch main has ruptured nearby on 14th Street NE, affecting 50 homes and the school; no repair time is estimated.”
“My electric chain saw has a 16-inch blade and a 3.5 hp electric motor.”
“After building a relative handful of thumping art objects over the years— bikes such as the carbon-spined B120 Wraith and the P120 Fighter, which looks like the receiver out of a battleship's 16-inch deck gun—Confederate wants to broaden its sales with the more affordable $45,000, Ed Jacobs-designed X132 Hellcat, debuting this month.”
“The crystal maker Swarovski crafted a 16-inch concave lens—the largest the company has made—that sits on a larger metal surface so highly polished that some visitors think it's liquid.”
“If you are prepared to invest $195, you can pre-order the hand-painted, 40-centimeter 16-inch “Portrait of a Princess” doll.”
“And both have the larger, motorcycle-like 16-inch wheels and tires that typically contribute to secure handling and an improved ride.”
“Dell: 5dot Laptop Backpack Up to 16-inch for $13.99 [w/Coupon P7DL4T93Z7Z0TG] w/Free Shipping.”
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