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Examples

  • This thirty-six-year-old motor-pool sergeant with a sixth-grade education from Bayonne, New Jersey, had taught himself Korean while stationed at Kimpo air base.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • The only memorial is a small bronze plaque on the side of the motor-pool building.

    I’m Still Standing

  • He brought home a motor-pool vehicle on Friday so hed be able to leave for Tucson bright and early on Monday.

    Cruel Intent

  • Using his fictional early appointment in Tucson as an excuse, he had checked out a motor-pool vehicle on Friday night.

    Cruel Intent

  • A patrol car might follow for no real reason, but someone in a motor-pool car would have some kind of purpose, and it looked like that purpose was to make me aware I was being followed.

    DearlyDevotedDexter

  • We had come to lunch together in her new motor-pool car, another of the perks of her promotion that really should have brought a small ray of sunshine into her life.

    DearlyDevotedDexter

  • The bumbler in the bag (Nigel had found it in the motor-pool, separated from its mother, brothers, and sisters by the closing of an automatic door) relaxed-not believing, exactly, but hoping to believe.

    The Dark Tower

  • Officer Delinko covered his head with a newspaper and made a dash for the motor-pool yard.

    Hoot

  • He held his change of command behind the Quonset-hut motor-pool buildinga-on a small, greasy macadam parking lot.

    Rogue Warrior

  • The man got out of his gray U.S. government motor-pool car, with his seersucker coat over his shoulder.

    Heaven’s Prisoners

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