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n. a large trailer truck. (There are a total of eighteen wheels on the cab and trailer.) An eighteen-wheeler almost ran me off the road.


n. someone who bargains aggressively. (see also wheel and deal.) Who’s the wheeler-dealer who set up this deal?
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Read the full report: Global Three Wheeler Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2019 https://www.
has leased 15,120 sf on the first floor of 476 Wheelers Farm Road for six-year term.
Crown Corporate Campus is located along Wheelers Farm Road in the city of Milford, CT.
Another tenant at 476 Wheelers Farm Road, Matrix One, occupies 28,000 on the entire third floor.
When Susan Wheeler read the headline in her hometown paper--"Board OK's Cedar Crest Gay-Tolerance Club"--she looked toward heaven and spoke to her son.
Directed by openly gay Philly filmmaker Glenn Holsten, Jim in Bold presents the story of Wheeler through his family and friends.
Jim Wheeler saw no positive lives being lived by young queer people.
The slight blond-haired Wheeler was 18 when he came out to his family.
An initial $2,000 advance from this policy enabled the Wheelers to buy a crib for their son, a bed and dishes.
As of March, the Wheelers have received their $35,000 policy maximum from USAA and a payment from a personal article floater policy for a few smaller items.
Wheeler and his family had just finished a two-and-a-half year tour with a Navy helicopter squadron on Guam.
Primary research included interviews with leading three wheeler manufacturers and distributors.
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All three Foster Wheeler business groups--Engineering and Construction, Energy Equipment and Power Systems--will be involved in providing services to the power plant complex at Reliance Industries' new Petrochemical Feedstock Refinery.