from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Plural form of truck.
- n. The game of lawn billiards.
- n. The wheel-set of railroad rolling stock (see image)
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of truck.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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They were a combination of Military & Civilian and had been in trucks as we were, but had been paraded around Germany as animals for some weeks.
We travelled in trucks & as we passed certain villages so different trucks were shunted off.
Left St Michael in trucks attached to a German troop train, this train was attacked and the final 9Km of the journey from
It would be just as irresponsible of me to assume all conservatives are toothless Appalachian yokels who drive around in trucks and marry their cousins.
The excuse for shutting out Mexican trucks is concern about safety.
There's nothing wrong with girly games in and of themselves, and I'd argue that defining gender identity through simple markers like dolls versus trucks is something natural, if not essential, in early childhood.
SO ... look out friends ... our meager and tenous thread that has allowed us to continue to drive our old, reliable, beloved trucks is about to be severed.
"The new school of trucks is bringing a lot of attention to the old guys," he said.
Some of these have been used for a long time with lots of rounds being fired under them and packed many miles in trucks and on horses with no problems.
Damage to the trucks is estimated to be about $10,000.
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