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- v. Present participle of tow.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or work of drawing anything in tow; also, a charge made or an expense incurred for towing a vessel to or from her wharf, etc.; towage.
- n. A sort of dredging done with a towing-net dragged over the surface of the water for the purpose of procuring specimens of natural history; also, the net results of such dredging, or the specimens thus procured.
- n. In curledhair manuf., the operation of picking to pieces the ropes of hair after they have been steeped in water and then subjected to slow heat.
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Here we go again ... towing her daughter around in front of the media saying "hey look at us," and tomorrow she will be complaining that the media looked at them.
Though most of his towing is done with a small boat, he occasionally tows bigger loads.
Weighty Matters: "I think heat is the biggest factor in towing," Mayer tells me.
The best thing for towing is obviously some sort of diesel and if you want to 4 wheel then a little short wheel base Jeep or something.
For example, are you primarily interested in towing?
I drove the entire distance both trips in 4th gear, keeping rpm's at about 3000 or a little over sometimes which averaged a speed of 69 or 70 mph. (this 4th gear towing is recommended by Toyota) So far my tranny and engine are behaving as if new, and this vehicle has over 100,000 miles.
Under certain circumstances, towing is a very good business.
I figured it was just a simple mix-up, so I called the towing service and spoke to the manager.
Thought they were better than Ada Vis because they provided transport and towing from a breakdown or accident for just a little more. jim belle blair
Keeping the drivetrain systems cool is the key to long-term towing.