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“She dropped into the shock-proof, ice-in-the-veins mode she had learned to will herself into in med school when she was forced to see the mangled bodies of the dead.”
“This water - and shock-proof compact GPS unit is a powerful, professional-grade tool for serious backcountry navigators.”
“US citizens have been advised to tiptoe in their socks in a 20-mile exclusion zone around the fragile consensus, which is housed in an underground bunker, built on shock-proof springs in Washington DC.”
“Limited-edition watches are especially popular in Asia, says Mr. Ader, and the Asian market has been responsible for the dramatic success of Ball, the century-old Swiss watch brand, which is attracting world-wide attention this year for its shock-proof Spacemaster Orbital watch £ 3,000.”
“Was it really only a year ago that the Lehman Brothers rep stood up and assured us all that they were 'shock-proof'?”
“As one might assume from its G-Shock moniker, the 2.2-ounce Riseman is rugged, shock-proof with its rubber and metal case and its black, industrial Terminator design.”
“True, fear of a Japan scenario seems odd in America, which has proved itself virtually shock-proof in recent decades.”
“The company claims that the Hero is shock-proof and waterproof down to 30 feet.”
“ThinkGeek also says the watch is small (1.5-inches wide x .375-inches thick for watch face), lightweight (43 grams), shock-proof and water resistant to 20 meters.”
“HP differentiated the 2133 from the pack by pre-installing Vista Business and using commercial notebook features such as an anodised aluminium chassis, a spill-resistant keyboard and a shock-proof hard drive fitted with a 3D accelerometer.”
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