“The captain cranked down the adjustable front wheel and unhitched the trailer.”
“Van Halen's Panama cranked from the clubhouse speakers and the stench of victory cigar smoke hung in the air as the Angels celebrated their American League Division Series upset victory against the favored Yankees three games to one.”
“When you realize how fierce the Japanese were, and how the Marines/Pacific Army troops were fighting with hand "cranked" weapons, just makes you admire their bravery so much more.”
“After a four month absence, they finally poke their heads up with the question: Is there one writer or novel in particular that has "cranked" your head open?”
“Has it kind of cranked back up again or what is the scene out at his house right now, Kathy?”
“This is certainly a possibility with the last encode where I 'cranked' the video bitrate.”
“Ideal for recording studios and small rooms, the 1. 5-watt Peavey Studio Special allows players to achieve "cranked" amp tones at a very manageable volume level.”
“What percentage of college coaches use the word "cranked"?”
“I guess, what I am wondering is if you've got them all kind of cranked up too early or if there has been any update there?”
“For the Northrop Grumman proposal, the main difference is that the stubby wings are "cranked" (moved forward a bit, rather than continuing in a straight line from the body of the aircraft).”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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