- n. rail transport, UK A Britsh diesel multiple unit of class 150, 153, 155, 156, 158 or 159
“Simmer Down Sprinter is a two player, sit-down, arcade style video game I designed and programmed in which players compete to move runners around a track.”
“We were lucky enough to have booked tickets on a train called the Sprinter which goes non-stop from Berlin Spandau all the way to Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof!”
“The Sprinter, which is available in passenger, cargo and cab chassis configurations, truly stands apart in the commercial transportation industry.”
“The (only) thing I don't like about the Sprinter is the narrow wheelbase.”
“With the exception of "Sprinter," a rock rock song almost on-par with that of Abingdon Boys School in terms of its sheer epicness, Kalafina does one thing very well, but perhaps relies on this style a little too much.”
“Lighter vans which use less fuel per mile, such as Sprinter, are used when there are lots of miles spread over suburban and rural routes.”
“Following on from that is the bouncy "Sprinter," replete with the sweet vocals of Stephanie Morris (The Pawner's Society, Scotland Yard Gospel Choir), but don't let that sweetness fool you.”
“• Sprinter still on cloud nine after successful 2010”
“The total includes a 24-foot Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van, training and marketing support for a grand-opening event.”
“That name, which means 86 in Japanese, evokes the heritage of a pair of 1980s-era compact Corolla model derivatives called the Levin and Sprinter Trueno, which were better known by their internal project name of AE-86.”
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