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“His third marriage occurred in 1872, when he was fifty-eight, and in 1874, although he lost the mother, a twelve-pound boy, stout-barreled and husky-lunged, remained to be brought up by a regiment of nurses in the palace on Nob Hill.”
“One Sunday afternoon, months after college, my father woke me up by dropping a twelve-pound weight on my head.”
““Now I hear the same grunting out here that we get during a forceps delivery of a twelve-pound baby.””
“They dragged along twelve six-pound guns and four twelve-pound howitzers.”
“I have a lot of respect for the fish, the acrobatics—a ten- or twelve-pound steelhead tailwalking down the water, taking out all your line.”
“The major had collected data on the effects that various weapons had on targets at various ranges, including data that showed how much shrapnel actually whistled through the air around a bursting artillery shell.42 He did the math and found that six twelve-pound artillery guns of the time could subject an exposed group of soldiers to about three hundred bits of shrapnel per minute.”
“Its original twelve-pound cannons are still in place.”
“They were short-barreled, large-caliber guns with large spoked wheels that fired twelve-pound payloads.”
“Finding resistance increasing, he built a ramshackle fort on the Norfolk side of the bridge – it was dubbed the pig pen by the Patriots – and installed two twelve-pound cannons.”
“Seven-pound Chub Chub and twelve-pound Munchie kept me from drowning, just like Labs four times their combined size.”
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