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“Japanese engineers call the stations meta-kura —a Japanese pronunciation of "metal-clad," referring to the equipment's covering.”
“The noise of the collision is gut wrenching, let alone the sight of metal-clad figures crashing to earth as lances shatter and thundering hooves kick up a storm of dirt.”
“A description on the museum's website says: "Visitors will be able to stand between the locations of the original Twin Towers and experience their scale, which will be referenced by two metal-clad, ethereal volumes.”
“In The Savage Sword of Conan Volume 7, Conan faces brigands; magicians; gigantic mutated creatures; nameless, hideous demons; and a tenacious new foeâ€ the disfigured, metal-clad Captain Sharaq.”
“One note of caution: both the Vaio Y and dm4t have metal-clad covers.”
“It said the six-story, asymmetrical, metal-clad museum will provide "essential new space" for the Whitney's holdings.”
“This season, it kind of fell into the lap of a Warrior Gypsy -- metal-clad, traveling around on a mission.”
“Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson joins the cast this season, and we caught up with her and co-stars Brian Austin Green and Thomas Dekker to find out what's in store for the metal-clad series.”
“Below, watch Robert Downey Jr. suit up as his metal-clad hero and hear him discuss his iconic costume.”
“Every so often in a hillside town, the metal-clad domed roofs of an Orthodox church glint across a valley.”
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