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  • If the spent fuel from the other reactors was being stored somewhere, this would be a good place to put it, behind this formidable lead-lined casket.

    Rogue Oracle

  • Instead of the black tower at the center, Tara saw a lead-lined sarcophagus, riveted with rusting bolts.

    Rogue Oracle

  • The truck contained lead-lined barrels, empty now.

    Rogue Oracle

  • Five identical disks lay inside the black case in front of him, each nestled in its own lead-lined compartment.

    The Omega Theory

  • When they checked the truck, under a pile of scrap metal the guards found ten lead-lined containers, the source of the radiation.

    The Longest War

  • Smokers should be encouraged to smoke indoors in a tiny lead-lined room, with at least twenty other smokers.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » The end of smoko.

  • And we all know how much Newt likes his cake.9.00pm: Hey, Paul Wolfowitz has been let out of his lead-lined cell to appear in public once more and ask a question here.

    GOP presidential debate in Washington – as it happened

  • A lead-lined room for patients receiving infusion with radioactive medications

    Cancer Treatment Center - Cancer Center

  • And I look forward confidently to the day when I shall ship you out in a lead-lined box and burden the San Francisco end with the trouble of winding up your estate.

    CHAPTER 6

  • If the lyrics on the charming Jodie's record were even just one degree more inane they would, hopefully, be immediately decommissioned by some government department and sealed in a lead-lined casket for a million years.

    This week's new singles

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