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ar·tic·u·lat·ed

(ar-tik'yū-lā-ted),
Jointed.
Synonym(s): articulate (1)

articulated

[ärtik′yəlā′tid]
united by a movable joint.

ar·tic·u·lat·ed

(ahr-tik'yŭ-lāt-ĕd)
Jointed.
Synonym(s): articulate (1) .
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People may think articulation looks "clumsy," but he argues that articulated vehicles have fairly good mobility.
Bethany Jones was among a group of 20 women travelling to a hen party in Liverpool when their coach was hit on the M62 in West Yorkshire by an articulated vehicle driven by Kevin Ollerhead.
AS the driver of an articulated vehicle, I would put it to reader Kevin Ritchie that we all need to assess our performance behind the wheel in challenging conditions.
The facility at Peterlee is the only Caterpillar facility in the world that produces the articulated vehicle and the 50-acre site has just over 1,000 employees engaged in their design and manufacture.
Cumbrian Police said the blue and white Scania articulated vehicle transporter was travelling northbound when it lost control.
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The articulated vehicle became stuck under the railway bridge in Swan Lane, Lockwood, on Saturday morning.
So when a New Age Woman drove her tractor/trailer into the sawmill yard at Ford needing a load of fence poles for the farm Neil "gallantly" offered to reverse the articulated vehicle into the narrow store barn "in case she took the bloody doors off".
Cumbrian Police said the articulated vehicle transporter was travelling northbound when it careered across all three lanes of the northbound carriageway before colliding with the central reservation, where it overturned and skidded across all three lanes of the southbound carriageway, stopping on the hard shoulder.
Not even mines can stop the articulated vehicle, which can keep going on just two of its four tracks.
During previous nighttime checks, VOSA found: a 36-tonne articulated vehicle with four out of six brake discs missing of the other two, one had snapped in half and both were rubbing metal-on-metal' lorries with brake cables held together by mole grips' HGVs with tyres so bald that no tread was remaining' a driver who had spent 22hours 50minutes behind the wheel without a rest' another driver who had worked 18 days in a row.