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Relating to locomotion, or movement from one place to another.
Synonym(s): locomotive, locomotory
[L. locus, place, + L. moveo, pp. motus, to move]
adjective Referring to locomotion; in medicine, locomotor is often preferred
noun A train


; locomotive movement from one place to another
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Michael Rush, associate general counsel for the Association of American Railroads in Washington, Argonne's other development partner for locomotive engines, cautioned that the results are still tentative.
Where once the people of Crewe drew pride from their role in designing and building the great locomotive engines which helped provide the infrastructure for industrialisation, they now find it in their football club.
It was a dark, cold winter evening and you could smell the steam coming from the locomotive engine.
During a meeting Railway administration decided that electric locomotive engine have become worsen and their parts are also not available in the market therefore they must be grounded.
The world-changing Rainhill trials of October, 1829, saw the village play host to a battle between locomotive engine owners.
The project calls for the installation of 16 XTRM Cat catalysts into a GM EMD 645E3, 16-cylinder, two-stroke diesel locomotive engine.
Hurst also notes that the market for hybrid locomotives faces stiff competition from newer fuel-efficient locomotives such as diesel gensets, and in many world regions, the locomotive engine does not have to meet strict emissions rules.
Tenders are invited for Boron Free Corrosion Inhibitor For Locomotive Engine Cooling Water System To Hp Power Kool Rr, Quantity 187 Litres Per Loco Set As Per Rdso Report No.
On the list are MDC Locomotive Engine, Great Howard Street; the Kissing Gate, Lime Street (formally part of the International Garden Festival Site); Liverpool First Paving Stones, London Road; Ray and Julie, London Road; Piano Bench, Mathew Street; Totem Pole, Whitechapel; Tango, Concert Square; Turkish Coffee House; Unknown Landscapes, Queen Square; Memorial to the Great Irish Famine, Gardens of St Luke's Church; Palanzana, Fontenoy Street
In a typical injector used in a locomotive engine, fuel enters at the top and takes several turns through the assembly before coming to the firing mechanism at the tip.
Three of the five carriages on the Severn Lamb narrow gauge train, built in 1971, and a locomotive engine, one of only 200 built, were 'pretty well destroyed'.