car mirror


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a mirror that the driver of a car can use

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At the moment (it could change completely by tomorrow), my car mirror holds five objects.
And for those of us who have been resident in this part of the world for a number of years, we regularly observe through our day-to-day contact with friends and colleagues the blue eye pinned on their baby or dangling from the rearview car mirror, and we realize it is believed to keep the bearer out of harm's way.
He said someone then fired a shot at him which hit the car mirror, only missing him by centimetres.
Gazza, 40, checked his appearance in the car mirror as he was driven from the Middleton St George Hospital to his dad's house at 4.
Paul, wearing designer jeans and white zip-up jumper and having checked in the car mirror that his hair is immaculately gelled, slips into the lobby clutching a small black overnight bag.
Pilkington's car mirror factory at Oldbury, which employs 90 people, is included in the sale but its automotive glass factory in Kings Norton is not.
It got to the stage where I used to look in my car mirror and was convinced I was being followed," admitted Branfoot.
She said: "A local man called John Reed, who I know, had seen what had happened in his car mirror.
I've had to replace my car mirror on two occasions after it's been kicked off.
He was again asked to leave and lashed out and struck Mr Kerr and kicked and damaged the car mirror.
I was thankful for the car mirror and that I had used it.
And the manufacturer of a rear-view car mirror warns users: "Remember, objects in the mirror are actually behind you.
The technology development began in the mid 80's, but we needed a tool like SolidWorks([R]) to reduce the size of the componentry so it would fit unobtrusively on a car mirror," said Novita mechanical design engineer Chad Ice.
REAR VIEW Posh admires her glamorous reflection in a car mirror POUTING seductively for the camera is like water off a duck's back for Posh Spice.
It was a rush against time to save her from a sandy death in the desert, but a flash from a car mirror meant they found her in time.