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- n. One who dozes
- n. bulldozer
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who dozes or drowses.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who dozes or slumbers; one who is slow and listless, as if he were not fully awake.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. large powerful tractor; a large blade in front flattens areas of ground
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This is dozer at 7 weeks, I wanted to see what he would do with a bird so I tossed him a quail.
Crews were doing back burns Tuesday night and trying to build dozer lines around Eager and Springerville to keep the flames away as law enforcement officers patrolled the evacuated areas.
The company said more than 90% of the trucks produced in Decatur and 80% of the large dozer tractors built in East Peoria are exported to global mining customers.
Jerry in my dozer because it was out of fuel and I jumped in his and finished the job.
At first, I was a dozer operator with a life expectancy of 15 seconds.
I remember one night on the dozer when me and a guy name Jerry were cleaning out for a Medi-Vac I noticed it had been a while since I had seen his dozer move so I worked my way over to where he was.
I cooled his dozer down, shut it off, and pulled him out with his weapons and ammo.
Last week, a back-hoe, bull-dozer, something that looks like a steam-roller with cleats, and a dozen men with hard hats moved in and turned the swamp into a landscape that wouldn't look out of place on the moon.
Sooner or later, it's gonna get run over, and I'd hate to be standing there when the dozer comes.
I chose to put the stand on a logging road-type trail that we made a few years back with a dozer.