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4mpg on the combined cycle and 127g/km of CO2, figures exactly duplicated from this car in 182PS guise.
5T EcoBoost model, well in the 150PS guise we tried, it's certainly eager, the 0-62mph sprint being dispatched in 8.
She will be seen in a variety of guises including a maulvi, a postman, an oversized woman, a beggar and a buck- toothed astrologer.
uk THIS classic armchair is available in many different guises but we love the Stirling fabric in red, as it feels fabulously traditional yet modern.
BMW have unveiled the new 1-series coupe at Frankfurt which will initially come in 120d and 123d diesel engine guises as well as a 135i version with 306hp giving 0-100km/h in 5.
of Calgary, Canada) here expands his study to other towns in the province of Champagne, which was thoroughly dominated by the Guises and the Catholic League.
Here's Freddy in all his many guises, with his misadventures and barnyard friends and foes--and here is a display of black and white Wiese classics capturing Freddy's humor and personas.
In one chapter, the writers note: "African-American style, of course, appears in a multitude of guises determined by a range of different factors, such as social class, age, gender, sexuality and region.
This analysis of the Casa de Huerfanos thus sheds light not only on the comparative history of foundling homes and child abandonment but also on the historical evolution of welfare provision in its informal and institutionalized guises.
L'Estoile describes the memorial service held for the murdered Guises at Notre Dame.
0-litre V6 petrol unit, available in Zetec-S, Ghia X and ST220 guises, with prices from pounds 21, 185 for the Zetec-S in saloon or hatchbac.
Alongside film screenings, walking tours and exhibitions, LAB was launched and concluded by two parties: the inaugural Cattle Drive, Market and Family Picnic, where Clerkenwell's St John Street was closed to traffic and turfed to allow people (and cows) to momentarily reclaim the streets; and the Biennale's finale, Architecture Rocks, featuring performing architects in varying pop-idol guises.