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  • And if it rains, simply pop up the three-layer, nearly inch-thick cloth top—it closes and opens in just 20 seconds and the interior becomes astonishingly quiet.

    Get a Practical...Convertible?

  • Wieck 2011 Mercedes-Benz E350 Cabriolet | If it rains, just pop up the three-layer, nearly inch-thick cloth top—it closes and opens in just 20 seconds and the interior becomes astonishing quiet.

    Taking the Top Down

  • At issue is a three-layer liability coverage program set up by Aon, under which Metro pays an escalating set of fees and deductibles for claims up to $95 million.

    Metro sues Aon over post-crash insurance coverage gap

  • It's just been too many disappointing years of wasted time and three-layer dip at this point.

    Julie Gray: Why I Don't Watch the Oscars Anymore

  • We would indulge in baked brie, my mom's incredible three-layer dip, my aunt's award-winning lasagna, and good wine as we got older.

    Wendy Litner: I'm a Jew Who Loves Christmas

  • In sound isolation and resistance to buffeting, the three-layer top is worthy of Bentley or Aston Martin.

    Wheels That Need No Reinventing

  • This is the lightest three-layer jacket Patagonia has ever built.

    PATAGONIA SHADOW JACKET AND PANTS

  • Days later, he created the "cherpumple," a three-layer cake with an entire pie baked into each layer.

    A Cherpumple is Born

  • Days later, the 47-year-old Los Angeles resident created a "cherpumple," a three-layer cake with an entire pie baked into each layer — a cherry pie baked inside a white cake, a pumpkin pie baked inside a yellow cake and an apple pie baked inside a spice cake.

    For Those Who Can

  • To produce three-layer cakes, cut both cakes in half.

    Cake Boss

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