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  • The 30-something engineers dress themselves in lead-weighted clothing and restrictive gear to replicate lack of mobility and flexibility that older people suffer from.

    Do Older Generations Matter to the Internet?

  • Unfortunately. if you're a middle-class Blue-Collar worker, without a multi-million-dollar K-Street Lobbyist on retainer, all you get from Washington when you need help is a lead-weighted kiss-off note and an iron-fisted middle-finger salute from Washington!

    Bail-Outs for Billionaires, but not a dime in loans for the Middle Class

  • The only degree that Mugabe deserves is a dunce cap, preferably a lead-weighted dunce cap that I can slam over his head.

    Mugabe Loses Honorary Degree From UMass - The Lede Blog -

  • The veteran pilot arranged with the “leadsman,” the deckhand who took constant soundings of the channel depth with a lead-weighted rope, to falsely cry out smaller and smaller depths as Sam manned the pilot wheel across a passage that he knew to be safe and deep.

    Mark Twain

  • All I can say is, if I ever get a hold of a lead-weighted Giggle-Doll?

    bluemeany Diary Entry

  • The photographs were stunning, shot with grainy black-and-white film in Jim Crow jails and work camps, when the convicts still wore stripes and the hacks carried lead-weighted walking canes and made no attempt to hide the spiritual cancer that lived in their faces.

    Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set

  • The slapjack was perhaps eight inches long, thin, mounted on a spring, lead-weighted and swollen at the tip, like the head on a snake.

    Dave Robicheaux Ebook Boxed Set

  • They weren't very good with their lead-weighted clubs, which was probably why the clubs were weighted in the first place.

    Exile's Honor

  • A glancing blow to her shoulder made her drop her bit of chain as her arm and hand went numb; she slashed feverishly at the man who'd struck her, but he only stepped out of the way and came in again, swinging his lead-weighted club.

    The Eagle And The Nightingale

  • This was an ancient Celtic war-club, a massive piece of lead-weighted wood, previously strapped across his back.

    Chrome Circle


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