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“Voters faced a ballot nearly one-meter long that contained 29 party choices.”
“In fact, letâ€ ™ s have a look outside. â€ As the ship descended, he opened the iris covering the one-meter in diameter observation port, and activated the floodlights.”
“George Bush was the noisy guy who swaggered onto the one-meter board, paced back and forth until he had everyone's attention, and then did a mediocre back flip.”
“On Sunday, the rebels called their general strike and blew up a three-foot (one-meter) section of railway track that disrupted train services across the region, said police official R.K. Mallick in nearby Chattisgarh state.”
“His remains were in the one-meter - (one-yard -) long box about 1.6 meters (5 feet, 3 inches) below the church floor, as expected.”
“Molly's signals were being beamed up from a one-meter umbrella dish epoxy-ed to the roof of a black glass bank tower nearly as tall as the Sense/Net building.”
“More research suggests that the "little people," the one-meter tall humans whose bones were discovered on the island of Flores, Indonesia in 2004, were a distinct species and not modern humans with a medical disorder.”
“The one-meter, one-system rule shows signs of eroding in other states as well.”
“The metal electrical boxes, which measure about one-meter tall and half-a-meter wide, were once targets for vandals.”
“The crossbow was a deadly weapon, which fired a one-meter long steel arrow.”
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