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  • n. Plural form of Volkswagen.


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  • As usual, Germany is expected by the world to haul the freight for the continent so its somewhat surprising that Trichet (no friend of Wiemar) has been supportive of Europe's (read: Germany's) spending sloth (aside from buying its citizens a stack of new Volkswagens, that is).


  • But evidently this illustrious British historian fails to see the irony in the prospect that without allies to be polite to the U.K. might not have Bentleys that in reality are Volkswagens, or Rolls Royces produced for them by BMW.

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  • As the contestants began picking up Volkswagens, el Padre walked in, and the family switched to the Lebanese Broadcasting Corporation.

    ¡Hola, Hezbollah!

  • Volkswagens have been known for their interiors, typically finished nicer than is common for a given car class.

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  • Ms. Hiott devotes a good deal of her book to following the building of The Town of Strength Through Joy, a planned factory city where Hitler envisioned thousands of Aryans one day living and happily turning out Volkswagens—and more Aryans.

    What a Long Strange Trip

  • After the war, the town, known today as Wolfsburg in north-central Germany, returned to building Volkswagens in a factory so damaged by Allied bombing that assembly-line workers opened umbrellas when it rained.

    What a Long Strange Trip

  • The U.S.S. New Jersey, a World War II battleship with 16-inch guns and shells the size of Volkswagens, taken out of mothballs to support American troops in Vietnam, is called to duty in Beirut in December 1983, to shell Druze, Shiite and Syrian positions.

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  • I was very skeptical at this perception, and tried to find inconsistencies between Volkswagens and what I viewed on the ceiling.

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  • The campaign is dubbed "Meet the Volkswagens" and will introduce "Bus," a fully restored white and ruby red 1968 Microbus.

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  • Banner ads will send people to a Meet the Volkswagens Facebook page where they can watch ads, play games and link to a blog called TDI Truth & Dare.

    VW keeps spending on ads, which helps its market share


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