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  • n. A person or thing that hauls another person or thing.


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  • At a projected cost of $2,800, the Hauler could be a cheap alternative to the bumper crop of neighborhood electric vehicles (NEV) that have popped up recently.

    Fast Company

  • Wayne Lukas won his first Thoroughbred stakes victory, saddling his own three year-old colt, Harbor Hauler, in the second division of the Foothill Stakes at Pomona to earn $6,312.

    Liz O'Connell: Over the Years, What Happened This Week in Horse Racing?

  • Previously named a Top Pick in our April issue in the Family Hauler category, the Mazda5 continues to impress with its blend of comfort, versatility, and fuel economy.

    Test complete video: 2010 Mazda5

  • Bill, a Hauler's son dreams of being a farmer while Ford, a farmer's son, would rather be working a Hauler.

    REVIEW: The Year's Best Science Fiction #24 edited by Gardner Dozois

  • We'd like to get some recommendations on Near beach or On beach RV'ing (31 '5th Wheel Toy Hauler pulled by an F250, V10, 4X4.)

    Beach Camping - First Timer

  • Come holiday season, you can download the version with a freshly cut tree on its roof, and it becomes the Holiday Hauler.

    Personalize your Garmin GPS - Follow that burrito!

  • Hauler submarines floated around it, as if suspended in space.

    Raven Rise

  • Hauler ends up taking out of your can for some reason - to prevent dupe bugs? and is therefore flagged to you.

    EVE Online and Emergent Structures

  • But he refused, reminding me that the boss had ordered him not to pressure a plea until the police determined whether the Long Hauler was for real.

    Missing Justice

  • Calling himself the Long Hauler, the writer identifies himself as a long-haul truck driver from Oregon whose travels across the country have made it easy for him to kill five women undetected.

    Missing Justice


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