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“There was more traffic of heavy vehicles in tighter quarters; more slippery surfaces for the men to move around on and higher heights from which they could plunge to their deaths; and twenty-ton objects careening through the air on cables that occasionally snapped apart in mid-journey, converting them into untethered projectiles.”
“The trains fed a never-ending supply of concrete to the five cableways, which had to haul it across the canyon in twenty-ton buckets and deposit it in the lifts with split-second timing.”
“It took an eighteen-wheel, twenty-ton truck to take the loads up to the mill in Durango.”
“The first Bear had flown fifty years earlier, it had survived the test of time and Cold War, and its modern variant could fly for ten thousand miles, stay aloft all day and then all night, and was able to cause countless kinds of havoc with its twenty-ton payload of bombs and missiles.”
“If you think Bill Clinton's defense was a twenty-ton pile of steaming BS ( "depends what the meaning of 'is" is.) -- get a load of the Dick's defense.”
“Thus, a high-speed crane can load one twenty-ton box every three minutes, which is "more than forty times the average productivity of a longshore gang using shipboard winches," Levinson writes.”
“It was as if he had a twenty-ton stone on his chest.”
“The workman was using a very large twenty-ton excavator to move dirt around.”
“From the efficient sense of purpose Octopus demonstrated by immediately attacking the bolts that held the twenty-ton device in place, it was impossible for Askegren to avoid the realization that this had been the target of the invasion all along.”
“It was said each had slain twenty giants, hoisted a twenty-ton wagon of refuse on her back, and hurled it twenty yards beyond the rim to crash down atop the cateran, Xcric.”
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