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“After being largely shunned during the recession, high-riding SUVs and workhorse pickups are regaining favor as U.S. consumers grow more confident and fuel prices remain below the $4 a gallon level that triggered a shift away from larger vehicles.”
“It is based on the same chassis as the Mazda3 compact car, so it isn't so high-riding.”
“I am hoping that now, the high-riding Christopher Nolan will help give the great Satoshi Kon an even larger due.”
“By now we were playing dodgem cars with our bodies, slipping between the few high-riding elderly SUVs the Gas Wars had left on the road to hide from the suddenly animated horde of screen zombies.”
“From his early days as a stand up comedian sleeping only 3 hours a night, juggling his day job and family while pounding the pavement as an actor, to his high-riding success on the hit television series, In Living Color to his highly-rated sitcom, My Wife & Kids, Wayans always did what he needed to in order to reach his career goals.”
“The high-riding drys of 1929 may have been immune to sarcasm; they may not even have recognized it.”
“And it was just before noon on a Monday, they say, when he called his equally depressed campaign manager and instructed him to call a press conference for just before lunch on a slow news day and accuse his high-riding opponent, a pig farmer, of having routine carnal knowledge of his barnyard sows, despite the pleas of his wife and children.”
“New data released last week by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration confirm what experts have been saying: the mismatch between heavy, high-riding sport utility vehicles and cars is deadly.”
“By the release of polls in early October, the high-riding Conservatives had lost the lead earned in Quebec to both BQ and the Liberals in Quebec.”
“Drivers have virtually no control when the tread unravels, especially on high-riding SUVs, which roll over four times more often than regular cars in an accident.”
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