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  • ANA said the plane could go 52% further than the metal-framed Boeing 767 while using 20% less fuel for the distance flown.

    787 Dreamliner becomes reality three years behind schedule

  • Inside it is all metal-framed chairs on hard, dark-tiled floors.

    Restaurant review: Butley Orford Oysterage

  • Generally, he prefers a metal-framed aviator, which he says is versatile and can be flattering to many face shapes.

    Dark Secrets: Sunglass Designer Picks His Shades

  • Edell sighed, peeled open a bandage and a single-use tube of ointment, and looked at her over his metal-framed glasses.

    SUPERBUG

  • He smoothed the sides of his trousers, then sat in the metal-framed chair my aunt had vacated.

    Shade

  • There underneath her shabby metal-framed bed, was a purple balloon.

    A Book of Miracles

  • Some 20 miles away, Daouda Samake sits in a metal-framed chair outside his family home in the tiny village of N'Tentou, Kouroulamini, his eyes squinting in the early morning sun.

    The desperate plight of Africa's cotton farmers

  • Light sprang forth from a small chandelier suspended over a narrow metal-framed bed, which had been shoved lengthwise against one wall.

    Nevermore

  • The dressing room was square, with white walls, a couple of splintery wooden chairs, an equally worn table, a clothes rack, two metal-framed cots with saggy mattresses, and a bare globe casting harsh light from overhead.

    DIAMOND RUBY

  • As a bonus, the old metal-framed exposure-film ones are also quite hard and hefty and could make a reasonable impromptu club/shield/device-for-applying-pressure-to-nerve-clusters…… And flashes going off at eyes adjusted to night sight are handy as well.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Probably lucky I couldn’t find my boots.

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