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vette

(vɛt)
n. a Corvette automobile. Vettes aren’t as popular as they once were.
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One notable contribution of the recent studies about CO by Evans et al., Delfino et al., Strickland et al., and Vette et al.
I wonder how many 'Vettes would be sold in the UK if you could sit on the right while driving it?
Monte's trainer Vette said he enjoys driving the car, and understands exactly what is happening.
Animal trainer Mark Vette and his team began training the dogs by using a mock vehicle before introducing them to a real car - a Mini especially adapted for paws.
If you're in any way a fan of the Vette, you mustn't miss this book.
"We come from a history of violence, where people have lived and grown up using violence in order to get what they want, to settle conflicts," said gender activist Lisa Vette.
says Brad Vette. corporate managing director at OEC.
The stunning look of the 'Vette is accented with aluminum "split-spoke" wheels finished in a sterling silver paint theme.
We thank Gabriele Echle, Philipp Vette, and Astrid Thomas for excellent technical assistance and Gilles Vergnaud for providing access to the CRISPR database (http://crispr.u-psud.fr/crispr).
And you, being a Corvette enthusiast, saw my Vette from the street.
Red Bull's driver Sebastian Vette won the F1 DHL Turkey Grand Prix in Istanbul.
For the 'Vette that was an average of 30.9mpg compared to the official figure of 19.2 while the Toyota's improvement was 34.8% over the manufacturer's claimed 62.8mpg.
As any "Corvette-phile" will tell you, selling a Vette is a hard and very bittersweet thing to do.
Survivors include his mother; two daughters, Tracy Cairo of Junction City and Stacy Iseli of Eugene; a brother, Bruce of Eugene; two sisters, Sue Gra Vette of Eugene and Jane Gutridge of Tulsa, Okla.; and three grandchildren.