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“She was only a five-ton yacht, but we slammed her fifty miles to windward into the north-east trade.”
“When that career fizzled out, he rolled into the world of political talk radio like a five-ton boulder, crushing everything in sight, and re-making the landscape — using a potent potpourri of hate, lies, ridicule, and a brash hyper-certainty that played to the angry rubes looking for a loudmouth leader to worship and rally their “Falling Down” anger around.”
“Tell the white man there's pearl shell in some lagoon infested by ten-thousand howling cannibals, and he'll head there all by his lonely, with half a dozen kanaka divers and a tin alarm clock for chronometer, all packed like sardines on a commodious, five-ton ketch.”
“This is why Nancy Pelosi, who has been under the five-ton weight of the attack ads herself, told Keith Olbermann on MSNBC's Countdown With Keith Olbermann this week:”
“He watches closely as Prowler, Spiderman and other five-ton trucks flatten junk cars and leap over dirt inclines.”
“The missile system, provided by Lockheed Martin, has seen action in Iraq, and carries six missiles on the back of a five-ton truck.”
“Actually the 509th was sharpening its aim with five-ton “pumpkin bombs” of the same shape as the atomic weapons.”
“They were five-ton troop transports, with high canvas awnings covering their rear trays.”
“He ploughed right into the seething horde of apes, slamming through their ranks with his big five-ton truck.”
“The ride was smooth with a quick layover, engines running, in Baghdad where a five-ton piece of equipment was wheeled into the cargo hold with us.”
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