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  • The holograms were ten-power magnifications; at ten, the knives they held were just under a meter long.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • He watched reality through a ten-power Leupold scope as a crackhead skank bank robber named Nathan Bowie rode down an empty street in the back seat of a convertible.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • Bending over the rectangle of paper, peering through his heavy, ten-power hand glass.

    THE DEVIL’S TEARDROP

  • There was a TV camera with a ten-power lens slaved into the fire-control radar, and it showed the inbound warhead, just a featureless white blob now, like a meteor, Ryan thought.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • It was three hundred yards away, but through the ten-power lens she could make it out in detail.

    The Seventh Scroll

  • They were using a hand-held Minolta 35mm with a ten-power zoom.

    Pressure Point

  • His view of the scene through the ten-power telescopic sight was less panoramic and far more focused.

    The Sum of all Fears

  • The interior arrangement of the trailer was unknown, and much would depend on last-minute intelligence to be gathered on the scene by Paulson's ten-power gunsight.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

  • Even with a ten-power scope, a human head is not a large target at two hundred yards, and Paulson swiveled the rifle slightly to keep her head transfixed on the crosshairs of his sight as she walked about.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

  • Canada believes that the present situation offers a new opportunity for progress in the field of disarmament and she intends to press towards that objective through her participation in the ten-power committee.

    Canada in World Affairs

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