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“On the night of July 23, 2002, an IAF warplane dropped a one-ton bomb on a Gaza apartment building where senior Hamas commander Salah Shahade was sleeping together with his wife and family .”
“On the moral level, human-rights organizations around the world including in Israel have severely criticized the attack, proclaiming that the intentional dropping of a one-ton bomb in the middle of the night on a dense civilian neighborhood is tantamount to a war crime.”
“The production boasts a one-ton Christmas tree, 150 costumes—and nearly $11 million in ticket sales.”
“Workers also fortified a 12-foot-high ring dike around a still-dry school by lowering 20 to 30 one-ton sandbags from a helicopter Sunday night, Lt. Col.”
“What he neglects to say is that the MSL landing system was in fact built to have the one-ton delivery capability needed for the MSR.”
“The tunnel's operator, who identified himself only as Abu Ahmed, took a cell phone call from a supplier in the Sinai about a one-ton cargo of crushed rock he was trucking to the border with Hamas's help.”
“The seal weighed more than a one-ton Ford pickup truck.”
“I have the heavy-duty version: '83 E-350 with 4.9l, C-6, and 4WD from a' 83 Ford military one-ton truck with 4.10 gears (love that number).”
“Elias cradles me against his strong chest, supports my contorted frame, and helps me into our van—our school-bus yellow, one-ton window van.”
“Her family had a long history of unreliable and even cursed vehicles, beginning with a Model-T a great-grandmother drove, stuffed with Catholic children, from Minnesota to the Pacific Northwest during the Depression, and perhaps culminating in an orange one-ton truck her father won in a bet, which the children promptly named Dirty Bill, after a disliked uncle.”
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