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- adj. Alternative spelling of motorized. (equipped with a motor)
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of motorise.
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- adj. equipped with a motor or motors
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"The regiment had just been officially motorised: which is to say that its horses had been taken away from it."
The allure of Hydra is enhanced by the reality that the entire island is prohibited to any kind of motorised vehicle and only donkeys can serve as a means to transportation.
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Yesterday, as our correspondent's account made clear, an ad hoc motorised cavalry of scores of youth fighters on pick-up trucks charged at Ajdabiya, only to retreat in disarray when Gaddafi's tanks, which were dug in around the town, fired back.
A short ride in a motorised dinghy later and we wash up on the island.
Jimi Heselden was surprisingly little known, even in his native Leeds, until his death at the age of 62 in an accident involving one of the Segway motorised scooters which his self-made engineering firm had recently acquired the right to produce.
He wrote, The Million in rank and file on the parade ground; the Million standardised in the factory; the Million motorised—and all this only ending up with Communism and National-Socialism and the most ghastly fetters.
Any notion that the entire exercise is anything other than heartfelt is dispelled once Russell, who had brain surgery in January, arrives from stage right, aided by a motorised wheelchair.
Sheep On MotorcyclesSheep – and some goats – enjoying motorised travel.
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