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“Mr. Hessler started with a standard-size Rubik's Cube (3x3x3), but quickly moved into solving smaller (2x2x2) and larger ones (7x7x7).”
“Clyde's mother was a spotted white Tennessee walking mare, his father a standard-size jack.”
“Revue comes with a full-sized standard-size wireless keyboard to help users search the Web, while the company also showed a minicontroller for $129.99 that is six inches wide.”
“If the trade is a standard-size one—often measured as 100,000 units—a drop from $1.4500 to $1.4460 would be equivalent to a loss of $400.”
“Other electronic items smaller than the standard-size laptop — Kindle, Sony Reader and small netbook computers — also can stay in the bag, the TSA says.”
“They looked at standard-size display ads placed by third parties between Aug. 4 and 11.”
“The thin card, which months ago cost me nothing for the hardware following a rebate, is a little wider than a standard-size business card.”
“General Electric says it has achieved a breakthrough in digital storage technology that will allow standard-size discs to hold the equivalent of 100 DVDs that can be mass-produced at affordable prices.”
“Then, after he said that he didn't want to "slander" me, when he had, the attorney, in order to defend the administration's decision to have me teach seven small groups per day instead of three standard-size classes, maintained that my expertise, command of the subject and educational background was just perfect for the job.”
“Attacking silos requires up to four missiles targeted on each hardened silo now designed theoretically to withstand direct hits by two standard-size Russian ICBMs.”
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