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- n. Dated form of lorry.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A small cart or wagon moving on rails, as those used on the tramways in mines to carry coal or rubbish; also, a barrow or truck for shifting baggage, as at railway stations.
- n. A motorized wheeled land vehicle, esp. a large one, with a cab for the driver and a separate rear compartment for transporting freight; called truck in the U. S.
- n. a large low horse-drawn wagon without sides.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
One girl, called Lauren, asked to be known as Trucka, following the logic that Lauren abbreviated to Laurie, which sounded like lorrie, which is a kind of truck.
End the post at the self-realization with the hair comment and this would be much more fun to read. lorrie on
About 25 PCVs hired a lorrie and hopped in the back.
 #13 Comment By lorrie On September 16, 2009 @ 7: 12 pm
Can you also explain why Casey cannot be forced to either take a lie detector test…although since she is so good at lieing,,,who knows how that would turn up….but also what about injecting her with truth serum…..knock her out and see what she has to say….. lorrie
I agree with lorrie – your comments were rude, unwarranted and ignorant.
In short order, they loaded the first lorrie and worked on the second.
The alley was hardly wide enough for a lorrie to get through, let alone a Blood Angel with wings fully extended.
I cannot wait to hear that line on tape from a NATO summit where she is quoted on global media! lorrie mahar
It was as if every grey lorrie in Botswana moved to my garden.
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