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vette

(vɛt)
n. a Corvette automobile. Vettes aren’t as popular as they once were.
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However, Vette said that things did not always go smoothly when the dogs get inside the real car.
Next morning, with the race still roaring on, I woke up in time to watch the last hour and cheer "my" Vette on to the finish line.
Tony Durrant, Premier's CEO, said: Our team in Norway has done an excellent job in bringing the Vette project close to a sanction decision in a low oil price environment.
We have an employee who is on leave and the district is investigating in accordance with the law," Vette said.
Joachim Vette translated Fuhe Koningszeit in Israel, for which no date or published is cited.
2-litre small-block V8 which is said to give the Vette a top speed of 200mph.
While today other GM products take into account environmental concerns, practicality and social responsibility the Vette is still only concerned with looking good, burning rubber and sounding like the world is coming to end.
Course convenor Michelle Vette said it wasn't about "trying to be alternative" or negating traditional nursing practice but rather extending that practice.
The lines on this Vette are my favourite lines on any sports car.
Hog riders and Vette drivers have a lot to disagree about.
A new award, the Vette Vues Magazine Tri-Power Award, also will be introduced at the Corvette Chevy Expo in Dallas.
Alan was parted from his Vette on January 22, 1969, in New York and, since he couldn't afford insurance at the time, assumed he'd lost the lot.
Chevrolet is aware that the Corvette has a slight image problem in the US so the new car is visually less flashy, it is the first Vette in 42 years that doesn't have pop-up headlights.
Key vendors dominating this market space include Aavid Thermalloy LLC, Wakefield Solutions Inc, Vette Corp.
It may be American, but, take it from me, this latest Corvette is quite simply the best Vette yet.