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You can convince them to leave their home, though, by giving them the proper gear to keep them warm and cozy.
Giuliani’s strategy isn’t geared toward winning legal arguments, Greabe theorizes.
In the Navigator, the small differences between its many gear ratios keep the down-changes subtle and smooth, in keeping with the big luxury SUV’s overall character.
Alas, I don’t own a crossbow, slingshot, or potato cannon and was thus dependent on a skinny biceps and an iffy sidearm to launch my gear into the canopy.
The watch is geared for athletes—especially triathletes—and its simple user interface speaks to a device that aims to perform well in a specific niche.
In some ways, it might be one of the most important purchases you make, because it could be the piece of gear you use most frequently over the course of its lifetime.
We’ve written in this space about the many ways designers are helping to create protective gear, reconfigure workplaces, and make it easier to work, shop, and study from home.
One common cause of fish spooking is the bubbles that are exhaled by a diver using scuba gear.
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Customers who do will likely notice that Obé instructors are outfitted in Athleta gear.
I heard a lobster boat grating into gear somewhere ahead and to my right.

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