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Stealth elements are forgiving, letting you make risky and exciting dodges behind crates and cars.
CYBERPUNK 2077 IS A MESS ON EVERY LEVELPATRICK LUCAS AUSTINDECEMBER 17, 2020TIME
This process involves removing items from shrink-wrapped pallets or unloading boxes and then packing them into the plastic crates that are fed into the hive.
Then, while making my way through a dark distillery, I spot some ammunition in an upside-down crate.
She found even the wrapping of chair legs with excelsior, and the crating of bureau and tables, interesting.
CHICKEN LITTLE JANELILY MUNSELL RITCHIE
At Wargla the explorers remained for several days, boxing and crating their specimens and antiquities.
CAPTURED BY THE ARABSJAMES H. FOSTER
Mother, you know very well what the crating and freight would have cost, and you sold your stuff for more than it was worth.
POLLY IN NEW YORKLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
This plan would save time, and also the cost of crating and expressage if done at Tarrytown.
NATALIE: A GARDEN SCOUTLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
Ten million feet of lumber were used, chiefly in boxing and crating, as very little wood is now used in the reaper.
INVENTORSPHILIP GENGEMBRE HUBERT
Through the transparent walls he could see the staff packing the records, crating them for shipment.
PLANET OF THE DAMNEDHARRY HARRISON
It can be used for crating and for partitions and other purposes in loading the car.

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