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The vehicle produced by the Ageco company has introduced a solar-powered prototype car which is doorless and has apparently no beauty in looks.
The location also features drive-thru windows for food and doorless, airport-style restrooms.
IN A DOORLESS desert safe house in northwestern Mexico, the drug traffickers sized up the boy--17 years old, 1,700 miles from home, gay, alone--and asked if he was too scared to strap on a load of marijuana and walk across the border into Arizona.
Yet the tower itself is "blind," presumably windowless and doorless, and, like the doorless turret on the tourist's island, it remains an impenetrable mystery.
The only light comes from the bare, doorless doorway.
Doorless cells remain a constant reminder to prison staff that things can very easily get out of hand, Mlouf says.
Dimming her cap light so others couldn't see her, Woods struggled to undress in the confined, doorless space, only to have the contents of her pockets spill out onto the dirty, grimy floor.
CakeBoxx Technologies, developer of the CakeBoxx doorless intermodal shipping containers, has entered into a strategic partnership agreement with The Valspar Corporation as its coatings supplier for a new line of containers.
Between the enormous doorless showers, the swimming pools and the hot tubs, the culverts that led to the storm drains, and obviously the impressive, nonstop roar of the Pacific, probably all of us ought to have drowned by the time our adolescence was up.
On November 21, 1940, there are reports of utter devastation with one headteacher noting 'most houses are at least windowless and doorless and many altogether uninhabitable and very many demolished entirely.
The roofless and doorless smart crossblade celebrates its 10th birthday and there's also the promise of racing demonstrations.
The roofless and doorless smart crossblade celebrates its tenth birthday and there's also the promise of smart racing demonstrations, a funfair, kids zone and competitions.
They want the clean lines, minimalism, wet rooms and walk-in doorless showers, enhanced by chunky floating yet stylish fixtures such as units and frosted glass, which they see when they stay in hotels and want to replicate.
And thus he saw: the doorless cage of sickness, old age, and