With an edge-to-edge high-resolution screen and - - a first - - no side controls, as they're all tucked away
on the back, this model takes a bit to, but then people said that about the wheel at first...
While tucked away
on a quiet road, the pub has built up a solid reputation over the years, so there is never a shortage of customers.
in a small mountain town, Progress Metals Reclamation of Ashland, Ky., is helping return some Rocky Mountain land to its natural beauty.
I was at the celebrated 1946 first night, tucked away
in the peanut gallery, and subsequently saw that staging (it lasted until 1968) more than 100 times.
in the shareholders' report was the mention that Airbus had agreed to A$104m for the delays on the 12 A380 on firm order.
Inside, Murai's studio is neatly tucked away
at the back of an L-shaped exhibition hall.
Born the runt in a litter of 13 rats to poor, ignorant, inebriated mother rat Flo, he resorts to eating the tasty paper of book pages that Flo has used to make their nest, tucked away
in the back shelves of a Boston bookstore.
Pumpkins are tucked away
in the artwork, and somewhere in the whole story is one Mr.
Their friendship has had its challenges over the years, but no one was ready for what happens at an abandoned property tucked away
from Hollywood's famous Rodeo Drive.
By the turn of the year, we need to have 20-21 points tucked away
. That's our target
Christopher medal in their suitcase, clip one onto car visors, or keep them tucked away
in glove compartments.
Each ancient or medieval manuscript in existence today has its own story of survival against the odds, whether the document was tucked away
in an obscure monastery for a millennium or stolen by Vikings and passed from collector to collector.
Savings pick up in later life, with 25 to 34-year-olds having an average of pounds 1,770 tucked away
, while women aged over 65 have saved almost pounds 5,000 compared with pounds 7,200 for men.
Reminders of the wooden boat era are tucked away
all along the Oregon Coast, including these at Winchester Bay: the Atlas (right), described by one fisherman as an old halibut schooner, standing high and dry next to a boat named Peggy-Q.
Nessan points out that many Americans remain indifferent to the problem because "the hungry remain tidily tucked away
in Nicaraguan villages and along back streets in Calcutta" (p.