American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Studebaker, Clement 1831-1901. American manufacturer who founded a family business (1852) that became the world's largest maker of horse-drawn vehicles and later produced automobiles.
“I have said that the Studebaker was a rotten old car.”
“As newlyweds, we were so proud of our Studebaker, that is until our family outgrew it.”
“In 1982 the venue, known as the Studebaker at various points in its life, was reincarnated as the Fine Arts Theater.”
“The Studebaker was a way the three stayed together, even in death.”
“They rounded up the inhabitants at gunpoint, herded them into American Studebaker trucks supplied under the lend-lease program, and drove them to the Grozny railway station, where they were packed into cattle wagons.”
“The room is full of expensive sports cars — a Lamborghini Gallardo, a vintage 1963 Studebaker Avanti — to make it the garage of a wealthy security agent (Mark Wahlberg) who agrees to help them.”
“Though it's popular here to blame all its woes on the loss of manufacturing giants such as Studebaker and Bendix, the truth is that the city's predicament owes more to the bad decisions taken over the years by its political class.”
“Nikki Studebaker Barcus is a licensed teacher and freelance writer who lives with her husband and their three children on an Indiana farm.”
“John driving the psychedelic Studebaker out front.”
“While raking, I find Zillah seated behind the steering wheel of the psychedelic Studebaker, the driver's window rolled down.”
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