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The even weight distribution and low center of gravity contributed much to the ride and handling of all Doble cars.

Next morning, when school starts, Fry manages to convince Bart that he's telling the truth by showing him the comic they're both in. They fly through Springfield on
Models and the Aladdin's cave of R/C goodies and friendly advice, not to mention a good cup of tea.

Dazzled by the jet set, the world of Formula One, champions and celebrities, he was one of those parasites who gravitate around famous people and who end up losing their heads," he added.

Therefore, for our serious financial planning needs, we're likely to gravitate to a single site-our brokerage site, our online bank, quicken.com-to engage in this time-saving activity.

And so I spent the next few years as an agnostic, a view to which I still sometimes gravitate.

The water will then gravitate out of the filter and into the waterfall.

Many are trained in some aspect of education and naturally gravitate to the arts as a useful teaching medium.

Alexie is a sharp and self-aware Native American writer and filmmaker, and he didn't necessarily mean to suggest that a Chinese person raised in America wouldn't gravitate toward Western themes.

All this without the gentle but consistent nudge toward what is theirs and what they naturally would gravitate toward.

And as more consumers gravitate to the electric car market, they will soon see a lot more options.

As more users gravitate to social networks, it makes sense for nonprofit groups to follow.

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