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  • n. Plural form of towbar.


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  • Working their tractors and towbars largely on their own, these teenagers fitted aircraft into positions frequently only a few inches larger than the planes 'wingspan.

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  • We took the opportunity to repair some of the sledge towbars while we had the shelter of their base.

    The Crossing of Antarctica

  • Driving vehicles over the sastrugi is pretty bad for tracks, towbars and tank runners.

    The Crossing of Antarctica

  • Get out the towbars and add a few more cars to the train, what else? - Articles related to TEXAS AGRICULTURE

  • Right now, there are only two fuel trucks and two towbars for all the aircraft landing, said Lt.Col. Brett J. Nelson, commander of the 23rd Special Tactics Squadron, 720th Special Tactics Group, which is directing air traffic at Port-au-Prince.

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