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“Pascal Rossignol/Reuters The plane suffered the damage Sunday after a slow-speed collision with a building at the airport, spokesman Alexander Reinhardt, of Airbus' holding company EADS, said Monday.”
“French oils set the standard for makers around the world: The best huileries are wildly picky about the variety and the quality of nuts they use, which are ground, toasted gently before a slow-speed pressing and then minimally handled before bottling to preserve the rich character of the oil.”
“And one other thing: O.J. Simpson led Los Angeles police on a slow-speed car chase.”
“But otherwise, automakers don't seem to care that their fours sound and feel like the dentist's slow-speed tooth polisher.”
“One of them, in June 1994, was the white Ford Bronco carrying former football star O.J. Simpson on a televised slow-speed chase by police after the slayings of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.”
“Turns out a slow-speed chase doesn't work in a prison yard.”
“AOL grew out of slow-speed dial-up internet access, and even now has 2.5m paying subscribers, a declining annuity accounting for $1bn in revenues last year that successive managements have repeatedly tried to use as the springboard for a new business.”
“The physicist Philip Morrison once described our brains as "slow-speed computers, operating in salt water.”
“Some analysts say this may account for the slow-speed of what many consider to be the inevitable closure of Google. cn.”
“The administration squandered the money, giving it to dozens and dozens of projects that were marginal at best to spend on slow-speed trains to nowhere.”
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