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  •  Twenty of 37 small cars have above-average predicted-reliabil­ity including the Honda Fit, Scion xD and Volkswagen Golf.

    Consumer Reports 2009 Annual Car Reliability Survey – Who’s up and who’s down

  • Twenty of 37 small cars have above-average predicted-reliabil­ity including the Honda Fit, Scion xD and Volkswagen Golf.

    Consumer Reports 2009 Annual Car Reliability Survey – Who’s up and who’s down

  • Crematoria was one place where the reliabil-ity of hand-operated, old-fashioned mechanics was more than prized: it was deemed essential to contin-ued survival.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • The small community of hobbyists with few attributes that attract a business to an rules or regulations, providing a system open source project are stability, reliabil - with the depth and breadth of FreeBSD ity, and longevity.

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  • In Ackerman Warehousing Forum, he emphasizes, "Corporate strat - egy is lots of fun, but we should never take our eyes off quality and reliabil - ity, the 'blocking and tackling' issues in warehousing."

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  • R&M's well-known Swiss quality and innovative cabling solutions were certainly determining factors for Toyota Egypt as our solutions are proven to deliver maximum speed, performance, and reliabil-ity, "concluded Eng. Alfred Tharwat, Area Manager, Africa.

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