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A popular term referring to the appearance of blood vessels, in particular of the retina, which are easily visualised and which have discontinuous (segmented) columns of blood fancifully likened to trucks (also known as railway cars) on a railway; trucking is regarded as a post-mortem finding
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With successful teams in both the Busch and Truck Series, Harvick said he and his wife, DeLana, are not entertaining any desire to move into the Cup.
Now they are applying themselves to the light truck market and are bolstering their strong positions in minivans, SUVs, and crossover utility vehicles, with a foray into pickups.
in connection with the performance by him of services" (the leased services of the PEO's truck drivers) "for another person" (the trucking company).
says among the first questions those new to the secure destruction industry should ask is whether to buy a new or used truck and whether they are buying "enough" truck to service anticipated future business.
In Saskatchewan, the technology was first introduced as part of a partnership program in 1995, permitting truck fleets to operate with primary highway axle loads on secondary highways.
As of mid-April, the team has sent 600 contracted truck moves to Bagram, carrying approximately 4,200 short tons of cargo.
Similar suspicions accrue to customs brokers and the truck drivers themselves.
Shortly after I turned 18, Jimmy taught me how to shift those 13 gears and I got my truck license.
The committee also issued its projections for shipments of passenger tires with light truck tire designs.
When a truck crashes, the one person most likely not to be killed is the guy behind the wheel.
Market definition - The truck rental market consists of the hire fee revenues for all commercial trucks of greater than 3.
Last year, Wally was cut thin between the Busch car and the truck, and Kevin obligated himself to do the right thing.