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“It's a blank-faced crash-test dummy dressed in grunge clothes!”
“While not superheroes, their comic-book origins show through as they bounce back after being beaten and shot as if they were crash-test dummies.”
“I'm more than happy to be the crash-test dummy and let millions live vicariously through me.”
“Nissan will crash-test it with all the taxi gear installed—something that's not currently done.”
“The people in Gaza are just a bunch of crash-test dummies in preparation for the real battle to come.”
“Mr. Tata said the company plans to tap European and U.S. markets with a "Nano-type of vehicle" that will be adapted to suit U.S. freeway driving, meet relevant crash-test and emission requirements and offer the "bells and whistles" that Western drivers expect.”
“The BMW and Hyundai were among 33 vehicles rated in the initial release of 2011 test data by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), which has been battering crash-test dummies since 1978 to produce its annual 5-Star Safety Ratings.”
“We are raising the bar on safety because we are subjecting automobiles to more rigorous tests," he said Tuesday, before a backdrop of mangled vehicles and flanked by a row of crash-test dummies outside his agency's headquarters in Southeast Washington.”
“In revamping the testing system, NHTSA added a simulation of a vehicle sliding broadside into a tree or pole, used smaller "female" crash-test dummies, and factored in risk of injury and data about specific types of injuries.”
“The classic American truck, it gets exemplary marks from Consumer Reports for secure handling and braking, and for its "impressive" crash-test results.”
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