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In the real world, you’d be able to appreciate the silver paint and orange wheels and trim.
22 OF THE WEIRDEST CONCEPT MOTORCYCLES EVER MADEBY JOHN BURNS/CYCLE WORLDSEPTEMBER 10, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
You’ll have to trim a bit off the edges, but a 36-by-24-inch frame will give you the best results.
You can easily do an eight-inch cross cut at 90 degrees and cut lumber, hardwoods, trim, and more without much effort.
“It’s easy to hire people but hard to trim the fat,” the exec said.
The state held SDG&E responsible because it failed to trim back the tree.
Pacific Gas and Electric notes its plan is to clear trees at the CPUC’s 12-foot limit, and will “in some cases,” trim beyond that rate.
During the second quarter, for example, Omnicom trimmed one million square feet of space and IPG got rid of 500,000 square feet of its leased office space across the globe.
From the pristine, freshly trimmed grass of Point Loma’s Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, you could stand next to a 60-foot-tall granite obelisk on Monday and peer across the bay as smoke unfurled from a Navy assault ship.
Very trim and strong, and confident he looked, with the glow of youth in his cheeks, and the spark of happiness in his gray eyes.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
A trim maid then brought in the tea equipage, and Georgie did the honours with her usual unaffected grace.

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