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Pictures of the day: 4 August 2009 - Telegraph

Today: lettuce bikinis, and buildings made of hair and beer crates.
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Japan's robotics venture Cyberdyne employees wearing a robot-suit known as HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb) walk on a street in Tokyo

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