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  • adj. Of or pertaining to material transported by a truck.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of truck.


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  • Mountains of raw sugar are trucked from the mills to refineries to be melted, refined, and granulated.

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  • Without trucked water, the 60,000 chickens that are the livelihood for about 50 of Beit Furiq's several hundred families will die within days.

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  • The ruin that continued to loom over us long after the concrete and metal itself had been trucked away.

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  • Chicken trucked in before dawn to Hays Market by farmers from the countryside—birds that tasted more like bluegrass and wild chicory and wet earth, more like chicken, than the shrink-wrapped little cadavers from Perdue.

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  • The goods were trucked south to the city, or carried on barges.

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  • In 2009 and part of 2010, energy company Cabot Oil & Gas trucked more than 44,000 barrels of well wastewater to a treatment facility in Hatfield Township, a Philadelphia suburb.

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  • About 60 Iowa beekeepers met Friday evening at the Indian Creek Nature Center to pick up their orders of honey bees that had just trucked in from California.

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  • Some Pennsylvania drilling wastewater is reused or trucked out-of-state for disposal underground.

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  • Hezbollahis were armed and trucked in to block off the major streets.

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