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“The company aims to use lighter materials in production, bolster marketing of smaller cars and look at other fuel-saving measures, such as low-resistance tires on vehicles, he said.”
“And tires with low-resistance technology are now coming into use worldwide.”
“But Honda claims that low-resistance tires and aero tweaks on these models are the actual cause for that difference; the extra gear helps more with acceleration and drivability.”
“And their well-ordered, low-resistance structure allows for exceptionally quick charging — as little as 10 minutes for a 100% charge.”
“They have a 50 volt discharge and a peak power output of 1 kilowatt, and if you imagine pulling one from the sea, wet with saline solution, you can see touching one would be a low-resistance electrical connection.”
“The skin is not notably low-resistance, and can undergo significant heating at the contact points.”
“Many viewers have been practicing for decades, watching late-night TV, perfecting their sofa posture and dismount, refining their dipping technique for nachos and cheese, and shopping online for low-resistance body wear for sprinting to the bathroom.”
“Not to mention the Strange Swimming events starring women domed in bathing caps with alien goggles, and hairless men sporting the SPEEDO Body Skin, the world's fastest and most hideous swimsuit .... which could double as low-resistance body wear for sprinting to the bathroom.”
“It, and nopales, which I blend up into smoothies, are said to be very good for diabetes and low-resistance problems.”
“Then the IR enters an easier, low-H20, low-resistance upper troposphere where escape to outer space is both upwards and sideways.”
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