puncture-proof love

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  • You can buy one of these inexpensive, puncture-proof balls online at One World Futbol.

    Tamsin Smith: From Good for Good

  • Dzik is Polish for "wild boar" and the vehicle is described as being "equipped with all-around armour, bullet proof windows, puncture-proof tyres and smoke launchers".

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • They wear a half jacket on their fencing side over this outfit ... then a white jacket (puncture-proof) ... and then another jacket (metal) over that for scoring.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • They wear a white jacket (puncture-proof) over this outfit ... and then another jacket (metal) over that for scoring.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • Today in the shop windows of bicycle dealers you see a reproduction of this veritable crown of thorns as an ad for puncture-proof tyres.

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  • There is something impenetrable about the drug, that's for sure, like a space-age polymeric sheath that is translucent yet virtually puncture-proof.

    4/27/02 The verdict is in,

  • The Lindy glove is said to be eight times more puncture-proof and cut-resistant than other popular fish-handling gloves.

    Lindy Fish Handling Glove

  • The extended use of puncture-proof tires is also a very desirable safety feature.

    Automobiles of the Future

  • Also, he is pretty well-nigh fool-proof and puncture-proof -- which again removes him from consideration as "a human."

    The Stars and Stripes The American Soldiers' Newspaper of World War I, 1918-1919

  • Cost me twenty-one dollars, and it's got puncture-proof tires and a real coaster brake.

    A Son of the City A Story of Boy Life

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