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  • BigDog is being developed by Boston Dynamics with the goal of creating robots that have rough-terrain mobility that can take them anywhere on Earth that people and animals can go.

    BigDog

  • SOMETIMES Peck thinks that if he can only free his sport from the clown associations, nothing will stop rough-terrain cycling from becoming the next big thing.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • Thirty-five of the best rough-terrain unicyclists in North America came to show off their skills.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • In rough-terrain cycling, top speed, even going downhill, is about six miles an hour.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • Combine modern materials with the old idea, toss in a few log jumps, and rough-terrain cycling should be Olympics-bound: "Bored teenagers in California will be hopping their cycles over their Volkswagens."

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • The Disabled Revolutionaries of Nicaragua has succeeded in developing a nearly profitable business out of making low-cost, rough-terrain wheelchairs.

    Chapter 6

  • When containerized ammunition is received at the CSA or TSA, it is off-loaded with a rough-terrain container crane.

    FM 9-6 Glossary

  • When issued, the ammunition is picked up by a rough-terrain forklift and placed on a vehicle.

    FM 9-6 Glossary

  • The Company specializes in the rental and sales of cranes, aerial work platforms, rough-terrain telescopic forklifts, boom trucks and other ancillary equipment.

  • With a full complement of rough-terrain aids, such as hill descent control and a locking center differential, the Cayenne S is as charming in dirt as

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