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  • Test flights next yearXCOR expects by the end of next year to begin test-flying the Lynx Mark I, a two-seat craft, to be followed by the more advanced Mark II, which could start commercial flights in 2013, says spokesman Mike Massee.

    Space tourism travel comes closer to fruition

  • They also sell their own range of bed linens, lampshades, crockery and some upholstery, including traditional Victorian love seats from £2,900 for two-seat sofa.

    Romancing the Home

  • While he had won a second term with 57 percent of the vote and 457–73 in the Electoral College, Ike still faced a Democratic Congress with a two-seat majority in the Senate and a thirty-three-seat margin in the House.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • And the last time Bin Hammam submitted to a full congress vote, he won his seat with only a two-seat majority ahead of Bahrain's Sheikh Salman.

    FA set for club licensing power despite Premier League opposition

  • Audi The "R8" in the name denotes that it's one of Audi's lubricious midengine, two-seat supercars.

    Audi R8: The Apex of Gasoline-Power

  • Pit it against its closest rivals and the new two-seat 370Z from Nissan will win every time.

    Car review: Nissan 370Z

  • The two-seat Smart ForTwo starts at about $12,000.

    Penske, Nissan Plan Small Car for U.S.

  • A two-seat Jaguar with an electric-power-boost button, a Mercedes sedan that runs on hydrogen and a modern reincarnation of the blocky Land Rover safari mobile are among the futuristic cars on display at the Frankfurt motor show.

    Tell Europe What Luxury Cars to Build

  • Now he is proposing a sleek, compact, two-seat sports car in the E-type's spirit, but with a lightweight body, six-cylinder engine and a hybrid system that uses a boost button to vault the car around slowpokes on the highway.

    Tell Europe What Luxury Cars to Build

  • The fragile alliance, which has a two-seat majority in Parliament, launched controversial plans for a carbon taxation program and promised to deliver an expensive plan to build a nationwide high-speed internet network, as well as overhaul rules for asylum seekers.

    Australia Leader's Political Fate in Question

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