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  • The Commission cast a wide net, reviewed many funding alternatives, and concluded that indeed the most viable approach to ef fi ciently fund federal investment in surface transportation in the medium to long run will be a user charge system based more directly on miles driven (and potentially on factors such as time of day, type of road, and ve - hicle weight and fuel economy) rather than indirectly on fuel consumed.

    Federal Commission Endorses Higher Gas Tax And Miles-Driven Tax

  • The Commission cast a wide net, reviewed many funding alternatives, and concluded that indeed the most viable approach to efficiently fund federal investment in surface transportation in the medium to long run will be a user charge system based more directly on miles driven and potentially on factors such as time of day, type of road, and ve- hicle weight and fuel economy rather than indirectly on fuel consumed.

    Federal Commission Endorses Higher Gas Tax And Miles-Driven Tax

  • This time, we were in the vee-hicle, by no means hurtling though, and Leroy and Karen were on the speaker phone.

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: April 2008 Archives

  • This is the ninth such com - mission formed by the government to advise on the Fund since its inception 10 years ago, originally as the Multilateral Motor Ve - hicle Accidents Fund (MMF).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As it was not a military ve-hicle it possessed no sensing equipment of its own, and the crew was intent only on their assigned destination, not the familiar, unremarkable terrain they were crossing.

    The False Mirror

  • Soratii's peo-ple encountered and reported the presence of photic charges, heat - and shape-seeking missiles, and intelligent explosives, in addition to an aurora dome which would instantly short out the components of any approaching ve-hicle, not to mention microwaving its inhabitants.

    The False Mirror

  • "Well, if he can't, maybe he can round up a _ridin'_ vee-hicle," Arline remarked dryly, placing the meat before Manley, the potatoes before Val, and the gravy exactly between the two, with mathematical precision.

    Lonesome Land

  • The vaccine candidate is made by inserting the gene for the CSP from the P. falciparum malaria parasite into adenoviral vectors, which act as a have hicle 'for vaccination delivery.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The technology supports the practice of inserting genetic material from the disease-causing virus or parasite into a have hicle 'called a vector, which then delivers the immunogenic material directly to the immune system.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The Austrian scenery during the 150 kilometer drive at 1,500 meters above sea level, from the airport in Klagenfurt to the historic village of Villach was a cold weather and snowy test of man and ve-hicle.

    Automotive Headlines

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