“He also told of the horrors of his captors torturing him, of keeping him in a 4-foot by 4-foot tiger cage, of stabbing split bamboo pieces into his skin, then dousing them with diesel and setting them afire.”
“And then there's the bruising issue: A banana can easily get squished from the 4-foot fall from a machine's top shelf.”
“With a long metal police fence separating Miller and other members of Occupy Oakland from their confiscated items--tents, water, food, clothes, medicine, plates--and now possessed by the police, Miller grabbed a big blue and white bullhorn that looked like it was almost half of her 4-foot, 5-inch frame.”
“The room for their son Hank has a 4-foot wide sculpture of a moon, made by artist Jesse Durost.”
“If you had a pair of glasses that contained a computer always connected wirelessly to the Internet and projected a 4-foot monitor in front of your eyes that that only you could see, would your spouse think it was a great idea?”
“In Columbus, Ohio, witnesses say a reptile wrangler used his bare hands to capture a 4-foot alligator that an alert dog noticed outside an Ohio business.”
“The region around his outpost at Ashoqeh, just west of the provincial capital of Kandahar in southern Afghanistan, is surrounded by irrigation trenches and 4-foot (1. 2-meter) high mud walls that grapes grow over.”
“The nuptials at this ceremony were led by “I-Fairy,” a 4-foot (1. 5-meter) tall seated robot with flashing eyes and plastic pigtails.”
“Michal Czerwonka for The Wall Street Journal In the studio, a large room with visible steel beams, concrete gray floors and a 4-foot long skylight, a 7-foot hanging corrugated plastic lighting sculpture made of small plates comes down from the 20-foot ceiling.”
“From AP:The Occupy Seattle movement released a written statement late Tuesday expressing support for "a 4-foot 10-inch, 84-year-old woman, a priest and a pregnant woman who as of this writing is still in the hospital.”
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