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  • n. Plural form of Honda.


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  • Even if everyone went out and bought Priuses and Hondas, that is no guarantee that total gasoline consumption would fall.

    A Creative Conspiracy Theory, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Then, the marginal cost of each of those additional Hondas would be zero.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Futile Struggle Against Free Content

  • Cone Curriculum His curriculum is typical of the 2,700 schools across the nation sanctioned by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, a nonprofit based in Irvine, Calif.: 15 hours of training spread over two or three days, much of it driving relatively small Hondas or similar bikes around a cone-dotted course in a parking lot.

    When Heaven Is a Harley

  • Meanwhile, American dealers of Toyotas and Hondas, not to mention the American truckers who transport those cars, and the American employees of Japanese-owned plants that depend on imported components, are holding their breaths waiting to see how they'll be affected by Japan's production problems.

    A Lesson of Import

  • The handling, steering and braking partake of current Hondas 'keen suppleness and great feel.

    A Van Parents Will Love

  • These were things, of course, that some of its competitors were already doing; GM wanted to reinvent their wheels — only better, naturally, since GM would be doing it — and win back those upscale, demanding customers who had abandoned its Pontiacs and Cadillacs for Hondas and Lexuses.

    What’s Good for GM

  • He wouldn't say which Hondas use CTS pedals, nor comment on CTS quality, because "we do not want to cause undue concern."

    Dodge Caliber pedals scrutinized in acceleration probe

  • I was checking in at the Hyatt, a building from the outside that's all rectangled mirrors, a bastion of privilege into which pedestrians and schmoes driving by in their Hondas and Chevys are forbidden to see.

    I'm Not Emilio Estevez

  • Two tons of Detroit iron perched on a jacked-up suspension, the Fury sneered at the Hondas, Toyotas, and other aerodynamic jellybeans lining the block of Eisenhower-era split levels with paint peeling from their weathered cedar siding.

    Father's day

  • A shortage of Hondas for sale could prompt more people to buy Hyundais.

    Panic Could Do More Damage to Global Growth than Japan's Earthquake


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