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drive

/run into the ground
To belabor (an issue or a subject).
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WM: And much of what we think of as "cities" in the United States, or metropolitan areas, counts as drivable suburban, right?
Al Muaini said the responsibility for determining whether a car is drivable is up to UAE authorities who oversee vehicle registration.
The drivable par four sixteenth is a good example: we changed the teeing positions because of trees revealed during clearing.
"At first, the cafe will focus on travelling to events in the Southeast as they are the most drivable." While the cafe will not operate a standard route, it will travel to community events including festivals, SEC football games and Royal Cup-sponsored events like the Mercedes Marathon.
AMONG the technologies Ford incorporated into its drivable multi-material lightweight vehicle (MMLV) is an advanced polycarbonate (PC) glazing solution from Sabic's Innovative Plastics business that makes possible a 35 per cent weight reduction compared to the same window on a 2013 model year Ford Fusion production vehicle.
After the battering, the cart was no longer drivable and the vandals abandoned it at the scene.
With the automotive industry focused on hitting future fuel economy and emission targets, the Ford Motor Company has revealed a drivable multi-material lightweight vehicle (MMLV) - with an advanced Polycarbonate (PC) glazing solution from SABIC's Innovative Plastics business that makes possible a 43 per cent weight reduction compared to the same window on a 2013 model year Ford Fusion production vehicle.
Ford supplied the vehicles and weight-optimized powertrain, tires/wheels, suspension, interiors, glass and seating to build drivable vehicles for test and evaluation.
The white cart has been restored , but is no longer is drivable.
l If there is only minor damage and the vehicle is drivable
A single technician can properly align, heat, fuse and cool the pipe, and because the tool is non-back drivable, constant pressure is maintained throughout the process.
that's maintaining them and making them more drivable," said Abdulrahman Menshi.
Batman: Arkham Knight introduces Rocksteady's uniquely designed version of the Batmobile, which is drivable for the first time in the franchise.
The decision to train staff members as bike medics stemmed from a need for early treatment and transport at events like marathons, trail runs and festivals where large crowds and a lack of drivable roads can delay response times in emergency situations.
"I'm just not scoring well," the 24-year-old told reporters after finishing a staggering 24 strokes off the pace at 13-over 155, having mixed two birdies with six bogeys and a double at the drivable par-four seventh.