from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Sports An automobile used for racing.

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  • n. A car for racing.


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  • Kids get stickers to personalize their headgear, coloring books and information about unquestionably cool helmet-wearers, such as racecar drivers and firefighters.

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  • This kind of racecar/SUV hybrid is as adventurous as a car can get and will do virtually anything you want it to.

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  • Well, later that afternoon we were to go and purchase a 1994 Camaro that was someone's "racecar".


  • To get our project "racecar" well on track, we carefully used integrated teams of ERP implementation experts and user experts.

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  • Give me a palindrome -- minimum length of eight characters, so "racecar" is ineligible -- and answer this question as well: Who won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series this year?


  • What's interesting is that the company retained many of the road-going features in the racecar, meaning that if you're the comic relief for a successful car show, driving it on the road may not be such a bad idea.


  • The goal is to get a nutrient-balanced eating occasion in about every three hours (I teach kids using the "racecar" analogy -- we need "pit stops" where we get gas (carbs), air in the tires (protein), and clean the windshield (healthy fats).

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  • We've previously taken a look at some of the great sporting figures of the gridiron and racecar world, but today I thought it would be fun to take a look at some of the great music industry names that are now proudly, and successfully I might add, making wine.

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  • One such debut is the Porsche 918 RSR, a much-anticipated 767-horsepower hybrid racecar that will set the tone for Porsche engineering over the next decade, Mattias Mueller, Porsche's new CEO, said Monday.

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  • AFP/Getty Images 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR 1955 Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR "The 300 SLR was as giant an advance in racecar design as the WWII Messerschmitt 262 jet fighter was in aircraft evolution," wrote John Fitch, the only American Mercedes factory driver during the 1950s.

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    June 22, 2011

  • I always spell this work backwards

    June 22, 2011