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racer

(rā′sər)
n.
Any of various fast-moving colubrid snakes of several genera, especially Coluber.
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The Mercedes-Benz W196R is considered to be the most historic Grand Prix racer ever offered for sale, Bonhams motoring director James Knight told (http://www.
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Viewers follow the progress of stunning Cafe Racer projects, like the world's first electric-powered Norton cafe racer, a 110-horsepower Honda 919 Cafe-Fighter, a Rickman-Triumph special, a Martin-chassis Kawasaki 1000, the hybrid 'Triton', and new creations born from such classics as Vincent V-Twins, a 1958 BSA Twin, a 1965 Triumph and more.
Speed Racer is based on the first Japanese animation to cross over into US television - Tatsuo Yoshida's creation began in 1967 as a 52-episode series originally titled 'Mach Go Go Go'.
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The first racers are being produced by a Florida company, Velocity, which is providing the airframes, and Mojave rocket manufacturer XCOR.
Since then, scientists have found that many champion racers have an oversize heart.
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Industrial PC solutions provider and system integrator Arista has rolled out its new, rugged Power Racer 4120, an industrial-grade server that provides scalability for virtually any mission-critical CTI or networking application.
Englishman Simon Levene, French racer Dieter Fleishcer, and Swiss racers Marius Strobel and Chris Hart added the international flavor.