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  • verb Present participle of platoon.


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  • The internet search giant is looking at how cars behave en masse, and has conducted trials in Sweden of what is called 'platooning'.

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  • Mike Conley couldn't exist with Kyle Lowry platooning, which is of course absurd. - All Posts

  • -- Ikamvalethu, which is for pupils who are repeating matric, has been "platooning" at the Langa Comprehensive School for two years, holding classes between 3pm and 7pm.

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  • Road trains, also known as "platooning," feature vehicles fitted with sensors that monitor the distance, speed and direction of the car in front and mimic its actions.

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  • Such communication also allows for "platooning", with one or more EN-Vs tagging along automatically behind a leader.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • The problem, called "platooning", plagues buses, trains and even elevators.

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  • We also created another school by 'platooning', which meant using one facility for two schools in the morning and the afternoon. "

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  • With 'platooning' the hope is that both road speeds and traffic will be reduced and that fuel consumption will be reduced.

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  • The right-handed hitting Werth began the season platooning with Geoff Jenkins in right field.

  • Lee, who had been platooning with Hatch, was 4-for-4 on the winning drive for 43 yards.


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