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“- Nikon F, F2 and F3 SLR cameras (if you drop it on your bare foot, your foot will need repairs) - old Singer sewing machines (I've seen a hand-cranked model once that was still in use) - the Honda "Cub" motorcycle, the original version, not the new "Wave".”
“Washing is done with a Wonderwash, a hand-cranked machine Lily imported from the US for £80.”
“The film wasn't made with hand-cranked cameras in fact they shot it in colour, but the lenses, the lighting, the camera moves – all the technical details – were carefully calibrated to get the look just right.”
“The race—to modernity—began with a hand-cranked canceller in 1875, then a device known as the "hamper-dumper.”
“You'll need to keep in touch with news, so have a battery-operated radio handy. you need to have a hand-cranked radio, too.”
“Oh, don't forget the hand-cranked charger for your cellphone.”
“It is a pity that the clockwork, hand-cranked generator did not work.”
“Everyone got to choose a favorite and make a slinky apple from the hand-cranked apple corer machine I brought with me.”
“She has turned her energy and enthusiasm toward Avery, who loves the bejeebers out of third grade and the farm and doing stuff my mom loves to do, like baking and going to the flea market to buy hand-cranked grain mills and quilts so old that their original colors have faded into patches of gray and more gray.”
“In the first model, a concealed technician hand-cranked a scroll of paper printed with one-inch-high letters.”
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