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“Ray Allen followed his 51-point Game 6 performance with 23 on Saturday night, Paul Pierce added 20 and Boston pulled away from Chicago just before the half to finish the Bulls off 109-99 — a rare regulation victory in what might have been be the best first-round playoff series in league history.”
“In fact, its 51-point drop over the past three months is the sharpest on record.”
“The $1,800 (yup, not for the faint of heart), 12.1 megapixel baby has a 51-point autofocus system.”
“The Dow industrials, after a 20.51-point gain to 11575.54, are up 11% for the year to date.”
“Yet in another curiosity, one judge gave CN a 51-point win.”
“The Nikon D300S possesses the superb product quality required of the flagship of Nikon's DX-format digital SLR camera line: 7 frames-per-second high-speed continuous shooting, exceptional accuracy thanks to the 51-point AF system and approx. 100% viewfinder coverage, plus dual card slots and the rugged durability that enables the camera to work under extreme conditions.”
“Built upon the widely acclaimed D300, the D300S incorporates the same DX-format 12.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, professional 51-point autofocus system and commended EXPEED image processing in a discrete compact body.”
“Features 51-point AF with 3D focus tracking and scene recognition.”
“Even George W. Bush had only a 51-point partisan gap early in his administration.”
“The 3-inch LCD is the sharpest, clearest camera monitor on the market, and the 51-point autofocus system is more accurate than any rival.”
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