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“I looked at the digital clock on the dash-board. 7:55 a.m.”
“I closed my eyes and pictured numbers glowing in red on a pickup dash-board.”
“The Garmin device can be removed from the dash-board docking station, and Suzuki advises that it could be replaced/upgraded in the future by the car owner with another similar Garmin unit.”
“Where the dash-board was not, there was a little seat or perch for the driver, who with a foot on each shaft looked in a very precarious position.”
“After a small eternity, blessed daylight opened up around us, and I peeled my fingers out from the dents on the dash-board and reminded myself to breathe.”
“It was actually on the dash-board the first time you sign-up.”
“BMW uses Immersion's haptics to help drivers fiddle with dozens of functions of their iDrive dash-board knob.”
“I had been thrown from the motor's backseat onto that place on the rough-graded roadway; the brother with whom I had been arguing, the father who had turned from the wheel in irritation, the mother who had sat sharply forward, her hand on the dash-board and her mouth open to cry a warning — all three of the motorcar's other passengers had remained where they were.”
“The copilot of the Black Hawk manipulated a small joystick on the dash-board and moved the camera in the nose pod of the helicopter.”
“Then I froze, crouched there under the dash-board of the car, while the flame of the lighter, illuminating my tiny cave of blackness, flickered over the open lid of Paul Very's cigarette-case.”
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