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“Edwards, who has earned the nickname "Concrete Carl" for his success at Dover, easily outdistanced second-place Brad Keselowski and third-place Clint Bowyer of Emporia.”
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“Concrete is used for the envelope and the floors; steel is used for the pillars and for the window frames; and untreated exotic wood (iroko) is used for the external curtain.”
“Concrete is not what it was in the days of the Roman Empire when it was allowed to cure for 6 mos. or more.”
“Concrete is a good idea, but I am thinking that these need a keyring or necklace hole on it and likely a silicone cover to make it softer for portability.”
“Concrete is a safe long term option, while aluminum and plastic are the modern choices that give a contemporary and minimalist look.”
“Concrete is one of the most frequently used and widely produced man-made building materials on earth, with over 20 billion tons produced per year globally.”
“Concrete is heavy; iron is hard — but the grass will prevail.”
“Concrete is not a material known for being light and mobile, so when we learned about the work of the Brooklyn, New York based Oso Industries, it certainly got our attention.”
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