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December 25, 2009 | Dan Neil
By now you're sitting alone near the fire in your Scandinavian bentwood chair, in the cable-knit sweater your Swedish girlfriend gave you when you were at Oxford, and you're halfway through a bottle of Aquavit. Or is it Aqua Velva? Perhaps you're trying to take your mind off things -- catching up on back issues of Dwell, or firing off a strongly worded letter to the New Yorker: I object to Joan Acocella's rough treatment of Peter Ackroyd's translation of Chaucer. . . . You've barely touched your moose sandwich.
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December 25, 2009 | Dan Neil
By now you're sitting alone near the fire in your Scandinavian bentwood chair, in the cable-knit sweater your Swedish girlfriend gave you when you were at Oxford, and you're halfway through a bottle of Aquavit. Or is it Aqua Velva? Perhaps you're trying to take your mind off things -- catching up on back issues of Dwell, or firing off a strongly worded letter to the New Yorker: I object to Joan Acocella's rough treatment of Peter Ackroyd's translation of Chaucer. . . . You've barely touched your moose sandwich.
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January 14, 2008 | Ken Bensinger, Times Staff Writer
At last year's North American International Auto Show, General Motors Corp. introduced the Chevy Volt, a futuristic concept car that ran largely on battery power and boldly promised to fundamentally change the way we tank up. On Sunday at the start of this year's show, GM took center stage to unveil two concept cars -- and neither came with lithium-ion batteries.
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January 14, 2008 | Ken Bensinger, Times Staff Writer
At last year's North American International Auto Show, General Motors Corp. introduced the Chevy Volt, a futuristic concept car that ran largely on battery power and boldly promised to fundamentally change the way we tank up. On Sunday at the start of this year's show, GM took center stage to unveil two concept cars -- and neither came with lithium-ion batteries.
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