American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dodge, Mary Elizabeth Mapes 1831-1905. American editor and writer best known for her children's classic Hans Brinker, or the Silver Skates (1865).
“Go here for complete specs and info on how to get one. (www. dodge.com) - This large Dodge passenger or cargo van seats up to 12 & is used mainly for commercial purposes.”
“DODGE - Gregory Hugh "Greg" Dodge, 61, of Columbia, died Nov. 5 at his home.”
“I like the idea that despite the superiority of food over shit, the Dodge is a truck of a wholly different order (since it gives the Dodge form to the merely useful Chevy material).”
“Chrysler Group LLC said its new small car—the first vehicle to feature Fiat SpA technology—will be called the Dodge Dart.”
“After twenty years Marshall Dillon was still keeping the peace in Dodge City, with each episode not picking up where the last one left off but starting at pretty much exactly the same point where the last episode started.”
“D. Dodge is a highly decorated veteran of the Vietnam War.”
“Mabel Dodge is one of my favorite collectors from this time period.”
“A contemporary to several other men on this list, Tilghman was a buffalo hunter, scout and lawmen in Dodge City, Kansas and in Oklahoma.”
“ATH Dylan Bungum — A rangy 6-4, 200-pound player, he did a little bit of everything for Triton High in Dodge Center, Minn.”
“It is a new day in Dodge and we did not get hear overnight and it will not be solved overnight.”
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"Nebraska established a county-coding system for its passenger plates in 1922. These one- or two-digit prefixes were assigned based on the number of registered vehicles per county in that year. In ...
These are makes, not models. I'll save those for another list.
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