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“The L Series has a 24-inch LED-backlit display that includes a built-in TV tuner and DVR capabilities.”
“Oh and the budget-minded 24-inch 3D TV that Sony announced at E3 is coming to Europe – it'll set you back 499 Euros £435 and comes with two sets of 3D glasses.”
“The 24-inch by 36-inch portrait features four custom colorized blow-ups of digital tracings of the police picture onto canvas.”
“Factory ballistics specify a 200-grain poly-tipped FTX bullet at 2,565 fps from a 24-inch barrel.”
“Haier HL24XSL2, $300: A slim 24-inch 1080p LCD TV with an edge LED backlight.”
“Initially, there are four models, ranging in price from $600 for a 24-inch TV to $1,400 for a 46-inch set.”
“Behind the disruption was the rupture of a 24-inch water main, which ripped up the roadbed near 10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW, according to D.C. Water and Sewer Authority spokeswoman Pamela Mooring.”
“Therefore, the role has been cast with a scrawny, nerd-like bag of bones named Shafique who has no muscles, a 24-inch waist, and needs to take four days off in the middle of the film's shooting schedule in order to attend his own wedding.”
“Cathy is going to really look funny with a 24-inch nose”
“Cathy is going to really look funny with a 24-inch nose ..”
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