Vette


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Vette

A Norwegian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 6.3 kilograms.
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Vette will have rights to use IBM's Cooling Technology logo and patent.
Next morning, with the race still roaring on, I woke up in time to watch the last hour and cheer "my" Vette on to the finish line.
Sunday afternoon, Vette Vues Magazine does a photo shoot with beautiful models and the dazzling show cars.
We have an employee who is on leave and the district is investigating in accordance with the law," Vette said.
2-litre small-block V8 which is said to give the Vette a top speed of 200mph.
While today other GM products take into account environmental concerns, practicality and social responsibility the Vette is still only concerned with looking good, burning rubber and sounding like the world is coming to end.
The new Corvette Z06, which arrives in 2006, will be the fastest and most powerful Vette ever in a long line of illustrious versions.
Course convenor Michelle Vette said it wasn't about "trying to be alternative" or negating traditional nursing practice but rather extending that practice.
The lines on this Vette are my favourite lines on any sports car.
If I had the cash, I would not buy the low-tech Vette when I could buy a more advanced car at or near the price point.
Hog riders and Vette drivers have a lot to disagree about.
Our team in Norway has done an excellent job in bringing the Vette project close to a sanction decision in a low oil price environment.