chassis

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chassis

A woman's body, especially when it is very appealing. ("Chassis" is the name for the frame of a vehicle.) OK, so she's not a great conversationalist, but look at that chassis! She must work out.

classy-chassis

A woman's body, especially when it is very appealing. ("Chassis" is a name for the frame of a vehicle.) OK, so she's not a great conversationalist, but look at that classy-chassis! She must work out.

chassis

n. a woman’s body. (see also classy-chassis.) She a fine chassis! Like to see more of it.

classy-chassis

(... ˈtʃæs i)
n. a really fine and stimulating woman’s body. (see also chassis.) She has one fine, classy-classis.
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A chassis is a vehicle frame, the underpart of a motor vehicle, on which the body is mounted.
The pool will implement a chassis upgrade program to transition the chassis fleet to radial tires, LED lights, and ABS.
The containers will simply be off loaded on a holding pad instead of remaining uploaded on a chassis. This is where we gain additional efficiency."
A disposable diaper including a chassis and an absorbent assembly has been granted a patent.
(Ford has not released the official figures.) Not bad for a chassis design that went from concept to prototype in a little over seven months.
The article includes a chassis and an absorbent assembly has been patented.
Looking to expand its role beyond that of a chassis component supplier, Metaldyne is developing the ways and means to provide automakers with modules, as well.