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  • Unlike many other dropouts, I don't rail a lot against popular culture.
  • Dusty Baker doesn't rail on Peter Magowan when I talk to him.
  • Peter Magowan doesn't rail on Dusty Baker when I talk to him.
  • He doesn't rail against blacks the way Farrakhan attacks whites and others.
  • She is not easily annoyed; she won't rail against the dog or the planes.
  • Afterwards, the flanged T rail became employed by all railroads in the United States.
  • I didn't smash the windows of the establishment bookstore, didn't rail against the military-industrial complex.
  • In North American practice the flanged T rail became the standard, later being used with tie-plates.
  • But Hitch went in the opposite direction, saying that he didn't rail at Marshall or say anything.
  • I certainly don't rail against it or strive to do anything that will keep those men away.
  • In 1858, the hemp ropes were replaced with wire rope that had been manufactured by the T rail.
  • Elsewhere T rails were replaced by bull head rails of a rounded'I'or'figure-8'appearance which still required a supporting chair.
  • Eventually the flanged T rail became commonplace on all the world's railways, though differences in the fixing system still exist.
  • Now 22, the 5-foot-6 star says :'People think that if a woman isn't rail-thin, there must be something wrong with her.
  • The Turlock-bound grain trains now bypass the north end of the railroad and enter former TS rails just south of Modesto.
  • Why Kraft doesn't rail publicly at Speaker of the House Charlie Flaherty and House Ways and Means Committee chairman Tom Finneran is beyond me.
  • The exuberant Vardalos, asked about being a role model for women who aren't rail-thin, said she hoped women of all sizes would be accepted.
  • Engibous said TI would obey if companies were ordered to include stock option costs on its income statement but " won't rail against it ."
  • The DL & W reconstructed the line with " heavy T rails, " changed it back to standard gauge, and connected to the Erie Railroad in Owego.
  • In May 1831, the first 500 rails, each long and weighing, reached Philadelphia and were placed in the track, marking the first use of the flanged T rail.
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