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fender bender

A small car accident in which minimal damage is incurred. Michelle was a new driver so she was extremely upset when she had her first accident. Luckily, it was a fender bender and there was no real damage to either car involved.
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fender bender

Fig. a minor car accident. A small fender bender tied up traffic on the expressway for hours!
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fender-bender

1. n. a minor accident. (see also rear-ender.) There are a couple of fender-benders on the expressway this morning, so be careful.
2. n. a reckless driver (who causes minor accidents). I can’t get insurance on my seventeen-year-old, who is a hopeless fender-bender.

fender bender

A minor collision of automobiles, resulting in minimal damage. Dating from the mid-1900s, the term owes its long life to its rhyme. For example, “I hope my insurance company isn’t going to charge me for that little fender bender; I barely scratched the other car and no one was hurt.”
See also: bender, fender
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In addition to this, a comprehensive understanding of several dynamics that impact the Maritime Fenders (Marine Fender) market are provided in the report.
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The deal is approximately three times larger than any other marine fender contract previously placed, with delivery due to start at the end of 2012 and finish in early 2015, Port Technology International reported.
They designed and created the patterns for the fender covers.
Before traveling over muddy terrain, remove the two screws that hold each of the fenders in place.
"The cost estimate conducted by the estimation team for the outside fabrication and installation of the fenders by a contractor for this project was $2.2 million, while the in-house fabrication and installation cost for the same project is approximately $500,000, i.e., a total of $1.7 million has been saved," it added.
When I was 10, that was the biggest noise I had heard: The worm gear set-up was very noisy and the fenders made it worse.
said Monday it has developed an automated recycling technology to enhance the process it uses to recycle used fenders into raw plastic resin for the manufacture of new fenders.
Burke Marine's flat foam fenders are made from tough, lightweight dual density EVA foam which won't delaminate, deflate or absorb water and the flat rectangular shape means they won't roll or ride up.
Before it became SABIC Innovative Plastics, GE Plastics introduced Noryl GTX resins for fenders and other vertical car body parts in 1985.
The plant will start production of Malibu fenders by the end of the week.
Molded fiber glass inner front fenders to give automobile corrosion protection are being planned for volume car models by major car manufacturers.