- adj. supplementing or replacing manual effort
“A gasoline power-assisted bicycle means never having to quit smoking.”
“Given the proliferation of power-assisted bicycles, is it any wonder this whole "motorized doping" controversy has arisen?”
“Given the proliferation of power-assisted bicycles, it's worth pondering at what point one is simply better off just purchasing a motorcycle or scooter.”
“Other fuel-saving measures include electric power-assisted steering, deceleration fuel shutoff, and a variable-displacement air conditioning compressor that helps to reduce drag and increase efficiency.”
“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a woman in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of power-assisted artificial limbs and a kick-ass fighting style.”
“Except in an emergency, it shall be unlawful for any person to operate a motor vehicle, bicycle, electric personal assistive mobility device, electric power-assisted bicycle, or moped on the highways in the Commonwealth while using any wireless telecommunications device, whether handheld or otherwise.”
“Thoughts on "fastest human being non power-assisted”
“A variety of actions have been taken by Kumba, including a decision to cease all electricity power-assisted trucking (pantograph system) in the short-term," the company said.”
“Luckily, there were no power-assisted steering or servo-brakes to be affected by such a move.”
“Over the years, new liposuction technologies have been launched -- including ultrasound-assisted and power-assisted liposuction -- but enthusiasm for these died down once surgeons 'experience caught up with the buzz.”
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