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“Amazon says the new packaging eliminates 36 inches of steel-wire ties; 36 inches of folding carton materials; and 3 1/2 inches of molded styrene.”
“She had a decent Sony stereo set on a steel-wire hardware-store shelf unit, some CDs spilled around it.”
“At the same moment, a dark hand snapped out and caught at her wrist with steel-wire strength.”
“The flesh there was a tangle of thick muscle fibers twined around steel-wire ligaments, with very few sensory organs or other organized structures visible.”
“Abdul ran a hundred meters and set it up on the simple steel-wire launcher.”
“He sent Ferdinand lengthy, highly technical instructions on steel-wire extrusion, and in one such letter, commenting on the deficiency of a Roebling product already in service, there appears what may possibly be a touch of his old humor: Everybody is getting afraid of the carrier rope, so many wires are breaking in it and when they break they make such a noise you can hear it all over.”
“All round the room coils of steel-wire were hanging.”
“They were suspended from the hull by wooden struts streamline in shape, and fitted with internal steel-wire ropes; additional wire suspensions were also fitted to distribute the load over a greater length of the ship.”
“She was obliged to lay out a long steel-wire hawser, and heave herself over by means of her windlass, the engines working at full speed at the same time.”
“This was spanned by two steel-wire carrying cables, secured above by "dead men" sunk in the soil, and below by a turn around a huge rock which outcropped amongst the tussock-grass on the flat, some fifty yards from the head of the boat harbour.”
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