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vroom

and varoom (vrum and vɑˈrum)
1. interj. the noise of a loud engine. (Onomatopoetic.) Vroom, vroom went the engine as Vic gunned it over and over.
2. in. to move rapidly from place to place; to travel at high speed, making the noise of a loud engine. The little boy varoomed down the sidewalk on his tricycle.
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Mr O'Driscoll added: "The works have already improved the visibility of Vroom, but once the Highways project completes next year, we are confident it will reduce journey times and congestion as well as improve safety standards for road users.
Chances are likely that 5G, offering the browsing speed of 1GB per second, may be launched before Vroom.
Michael O'Driscoll, senior asset manager at Northumberland Estates, which has owned Vroom since 2015, said: "We very are pleased that Motor Depot has identified the tremendous opportunities that Vroom offers car buyers and dealerships alike.
Thanks to our interns, the #AgLoudAgProud campaign is helping to highlight the next generation of farmers, ranchers and agriculturalists," Vroom says.
Founded in 2013, Vroom enables customers to find refurbished, accident-free, low mileage cars at no-haggle prices below market value, with free delivery nationwide to their doorsteps.
While these are designed for baked or microwaved potatoes, they are also great on mashed potatoes, French fries and hash browns," Vroom says.
As previously mentioned, three of the six problem scenarios described situations that Vroom and Yetton (1973) argue require an autocratic decision-making approach for optimal decision effectiveness, while the remaining three scenarios require a group decision-making approach.
Schluss, by Dutch producer/director Annick Vroom, allows the mischievous shenanigans involving everyday objects (cigarettes, cups, and saucers) to reflect the interior agitation of a couple (Andrea Boll and Andreas Denk) sharing coffee.
Vroom is acknowledged as a leading authority on the psychological analysis of behaviour in organisations.
Midland-based Compass Software said leading UK retailers such as House of Fraser and Marks and Spencer, and Dutch department store Vroom & Dreesman helped it achieve a 103 per cent rise in first half profits.
a fitness plan that fits you; cross-training fun; why sweating is cool; gearing up to get moving; vroom, vroom - warming up; head-to-toe flexibility; the agony and the bliss; and pros and cons of your workout options.
This in no way disparages the job Richard and his staff did for us over the years," says Universal vice president/sales Bob Duffy, referring to Miller president Richard Vroom.
VROOM (Virtual Reality Oscar Output Model) is designed to load data from OSCAR into the specified area and then enable the user to move around the environment and view the data.
The larger stores have broader consumer appeal and a higher return on investment," Vroom said.