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Luck was hit 11 times on the night, par for the course for the Colts’ leaky offensive line back then.
Both guys had their moments against a leaky Louisville defense that will have to be a lot better next week against Clemson.
Oil companies hated them: Barrels were leaky, costly, and cumbersome.
According to Estrada, the rapid pace led to leaky roofs when holes drilled to secure the panels weren’t properly sealed, requiring return visits after customers complained.
Leavesden Studios was a wonderland of old-fashioned movie magic, the massive sets and intricate props designed by Stuart Craig and hand-made by hundreds of craftsmen filling every nook and cranny of that drafty, leaky old airplane plant.
As discussed in a 2012 study on future city hall options, the 52-year-old structure is showing its age, with a leaky roof, outdated environmental systems, an inefficient and bad floor plan and other ailments.
Ikea, the Swedish furniture retail giant, has bought TaskRabbit, a San Francisco startup that lets people hire workers to do short-term odd jobs—like setting up Ikea furniture, fixing a leaky faucet, or setting up for a party.
The point, though, is that Game of Thrones is taking secrecy around its increasingly-leaky production very seriously.
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