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  • noun Plural form of automobile.
  • verb dated Third-person singular simple present indicative form of automobile.

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Examples

  • Thank goodness, I spent almost no time in automobiles in 2009.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • Anybody who has read Bastiat could have told you that destroying old but functional automobiles is not a path to wealth, and some did.

    Stromata Blog:

  • It certainly boasts world-leading manufacturers in automobiles, consumer electronics, and ICT products, but the non-traded sectors of its economy, such as retail, have only a fraction of the productivity of Western ones, it trails badly in the usage of ICTs, and it conspicuously lacks any world-class service firms.

    Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D.: Ending Innovation Mercantilism

  • Thank goodness, I spent almost no time in automobiles in 2009.

    Best of 2009: Car ride and new person

  • It certainly boasts world-leading manufacturers in automobiles, consumer electronics, and ICT products, but the non-traded sectors of its economy, such as retail, have only a fraction of the productivity of Western ones, it trails badly in the usage of ICTs, and it conspicuously lacks any world-class service firms.

    Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D.: Ending Innovation Mercantilism

  • Larry Norden, a scholar of voting technology at New York University's law school, finds it implausible that the same federal government that monitors consumer goods like baby powder and automobiles is asking us to blindly trust e-voting machines.

    Dan Rather: Digital Democracy in Doubt

  • It certainly boasts world-leading manufacturers in automobiles, consumer electronics, and ICT products, but the non-traded sectors of its economy, such as retail, have only a fraction of the productivity of Western ones, it trails badly in the usage of ICTs, and it conspicuously lacks any world-class service firms.

    Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D.: Ending Innovation Mercantilism

  • It certainly boasts world-leading manufacturers in automobiles, consumer electronics, and ICT products, but the non-traded sectors of its economy, such as retail, have only a fraction of the productivity of Western ones, it trails badly in the usage of ICTs, and it conspicuously lacks any world-class service firms.

    Robert D. Atkinson, Ph.D.: Ending Innovation Mercantilism

  • Larry Norden, a scholar of voting technology at New York University's law school, finds it implausible that the same federal government that monitors consumer goods like baby powder and automobiles is asking us to blindly trust e-voting machines.

    Dan Rather: Digital Democracy in Doubt

  • Larry Norden, a scholar of voting technology at New York University's law school, finds it implausible that the same federal government that monitors consumer goods like baby powder and automobiles is asking us to blindly trust e-voting machines.

    Dan Rather: Digital Democracy in Doubt

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