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  • n. someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles


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  • A tragic accident atop Cherrybrook Hill leaves car-mechanic, Mickey-Joe, devastated.

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  • And he would respond positively to her demands like he would also when his car-mechanic signals the need to replace a device.


  • The best dressed car-mechanic I know, I was never alarmed if he was around.

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  • And describe the treatments in car-mechanic terms like "tune-up."

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  • Nazar and a car-mechanic friend assembled everything themselves from spare parts from old radios and cassette players.

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  • He says: 'It's vital that representatives working in each of these professions work hard to earn back the trust and respect of the general public.' pMultitudes of rogue traders still taint the building, electrician, plumbing and car-mechanic professions, while consumers have long been wary of estate agents and car salesmen working on a 'sell at any cost' commission-based approach.

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  • But I could call him later today from Bobby’s house, since I was going with Andy as moral support while she met with Bobby’s car-mechanic brother.

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