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“I bought an Astro and "installed" is on a 1.5 year old Bluetick Coonhound.”
“We essentially deal with what we call the installed base of the eight million RV'ers out there so as frankly our RV sales fell precipitously in the last 12 months from I think there were 300,000 plus down to 200,000 plus and now they will be slightly over 100,000 in 2009 so you have seen a pretty dramatic fall off in RV sales over the last 24 months without really impacting any of our RV business.”
“Look at the mortar between the brick; the way it has spread out, clearly the masonry has been installed from the outside, against formwork.”
“Any of the super. 30s (80 grains of powder) will get perhaps 1,500 before they start to deteriorate — and the cost of a good barrel, installed, is now about $600.”
“Sadly I find myself more and more deterred from lifehacker since the release of Windows 7 since all they do is point out tons of useless features that Windows 7 has finally gotten around to implementing. @putai Min installed with 0 clicks and 0 minutes on ubuntu.”
“If I earn twice as much money and buy a house that has twice as many rooms, the security system I have installed is going to cost more, but not twice as much.”
“But rather than installing a program that would attempt to trace the location of a computer that had been reported stolen through the network, their network admin installed a program that activated the camera in the laptop and transmitted pictures … at random times, whether or not the laptop was reported missing”
“For those who don't have the Quicktime plugin installed, here's the crappy-quality YouTube version.”
“I have a plug in installed in my Wordpress blog that does the same thing.”
“Seat held by retiring Lib Dem MP John Barratt new candidate to be installed from a shortlist of 4 soon”
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