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- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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By comparison, business-class pitch on long hauls is 38 inches or more and can go as high as 60, while first-class ranges anywhere from 38 to 89 ....
Key intermodal and rail term hauls have also added capacity and improved throughput in congested areas.
Now, Southwest Airlines (LUV - $11.75) specializes in short hauls, low fares, no frills, very friendly skies, happy employees and carries more passengers then any other carrier in the world including Air Tibet.
The word forgiveness hauls me back to when I was a young Catholic girl.
"hauls" - the new viral phenomenon in which teens show off their recent shopping purchases through short product review videos posted online - with videos featuring real teens showcasing their JCPenney shopping finds.
Kars 'eyes were on the "hauls" of the cargo boat which were already busy.
An 'when we sees 'em we takes those long-handled rakes there an' hauls 'em up to the top.
The activity of the pick-pockets of New York is very great, and they oftentimes make large "hauls" in the practice of their trade.
The tongue, which was more than a foot in length, and nearly as thick as a quill, was again thrown out, and again drawn back, and this operation she continued, the tongue making about two "hauls" to every second of time!
This mobile hub includes JCPenney's Back-to-School TV spot and "hauls"; an opportunity to opt-in and receive weekly texts on the latest Back-to-School looks; view Back-to-School styles and even upload their own look, which can be voted on and shared with friends.