Definitions

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  • n. A lawnmower.

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Examples

  • AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall Since January, lawn-mower manufacturer Ariens Co. has opened four new warehouses across North America to store finished mowers.

    For Lean Factories, No Buffer

  • Mandates already have saddled us with toilets that won't flush, washers that won't wash, ethanol-laced gasoline that burns up our lawn-mower engines and electric cars that aren't nearly as comfortable, powerful or practical as the models they're supposed to replace.

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  • Briggs & Stratton Corp. finance chief David Rodgers said the lawn-mower engine maker believes "inventories in the channel are reasonable" for this time of year, though customers and dealers continue to be "very conscientious" about holding working capital in inventories.

    Business Inventory Gains Continue to Slow

  • For the high-school lawn-mower, babysitter or dog-walker, the duty to file kicks in as soon as he or she earns $400 net.

    When To File Your First Tax Return

  • Four of the 24 cancer types discovered, which together make up over 50% of the prostate cancers classified so far, have the equivalent of lawn-mower engines and probably don't have enough power to grow past the prostate gland, Dr. Simons says.

    The Prostate Cancer Quandary

  • Hendricks: I don't know what it's actually called, but we just always call it the lawn-mower episode.

    Emmy Roundtable: Party of Six

  • Some of the sample ideas on the site are exceptionally unlikely to happen (the ability to teleport anywhere) but others seem a tad more realistic (a lawn-mower version of the Roomba robot vacuum cleaner).

    Make It So Competition Promises To Realise Your Idea | Lifehacker Australia

  • Up next: an assault on the U.S. lawn-mower market.

    Gao Gains On Black & Decker

  • Running a close second was "the guy under the lawn-mower" sequence.

    Sound Off: The Happening - What Did You Think? « FirstShowing.net

  • The rising cost of shipping everything from industrial-pump parts to lawn-mower batteries to living-room sofas is forcing some manufacturers to bring production back to North America and freeze plans to send even more work overseas.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Friday, June 13, 2008

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