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speeder

speeder  n.— «The Owen Sound lawyer shelved his legal briefs for a few days to navigate the Canadian Shield in a track motorcar—an odd and colourful contraption used by railroads to inspect lines and transport work crews until the machines...

putt-putt

putt-putt  n.— «The Owen Sound lawyer shelved his legal briefs for a few days to navigate the Canadian Shield in a track motorcar—an odd and colourful contraption used by railroads to inspect lines and transport work crews until the...

popper

popper  n.— «The Owen Sound lawyer shelved his legal briefs for a few days to navigate the Canadian Shield in a track motorcar—an odd and colourful contraption used by railroads to inspect lines and transport work crews until the machines...

spiff

spiff  n.— «You’ll typically get a slight discount (three to 10 percent off the full retail price) but it won’t be as much as what you might negotiate with the dealer if you were buying directly from him, since the U. S. dealers lose out...

BC wheel

BC wheel  n.— «And Shane Hope, an artist who lives in Brooklyn, glided by on what he called a BC wheel, which is essentially a unicycle without a seat or pedals.» —“Have Wheel, Will Travel” by David K. Randall New York...

yellow vulture

yellow vulture  n.— «Time-distance ticketing systems use multiple cameras spaced far apart on a freeway. Each car is photographed once as it enters the first section of road. Miles later a second photograph is taken that allows the...