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“Then in 1968, Governor George Romney, an honorable man thought of a something of a light-weight, committed the gaffe of truth a nod to Michael Kinsley when he said that he had been wrong about the Vietnam War because he had been "brainwashed" by the generals during a visit there.”
“I think the main benefit of the light-weight move was to force designers to eliminate the extra ounces that served no purpose.”
“Even the light-weight hardened aluminum blades with ceramic edges had difficulty with parting the vegetation, and the going was slow.”
“It was made of light-weight protective material that had cost a fortune, its fabrication highly guarded by the Doman witch Matriarchs and their scien engineers.”
“For Ms. Macklowe, that gave her the idea she should start a new brand of light-weight, "modern," "fragrance-free" products that were "high-end luxury" but also "affordable.”
“Associated Press Chrysler this year introduced its new Pentastar, a light-weight, six-cylinder engine, for its Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Journey.”
“Even a very light-weight laptop would be too big; she wouldn't be able to balance it, and a telephone would be a new OS to learn plus you really can't browse on them.”
“I held up my staff (Ron bought me a light-weight plastic one while he uses the wooden staff) parallel to the ground and up in front of his face and said stop.”
“Then he opened the refrigerator and pulled out the milk, surprised at how light-weight it felt in his hand.”
“Also, I like a light-weight rod, not of glass but of good quality graphite.”
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