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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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He took his seat on the sled and Mattie instantly placed herself in front of him.
Once or twice the sled swerved a little under them.
He handled the sack lovingly, and with due appreciation of its preciousness carried it out to his sled.
When the sled was lashed and the complaining dogs harnessed, he returned into the cabin for his mittens.
At the bottom of the bank, beside the water-hole, he halted the sled.
By transforming the end-to-end process of sled R&D, design and manufacturing, Dow helps to continually innovate the sleds that the USA Luge team uses, said Gordy Sheer, Director of Marketing and Sponsorship of USA Luge.
Although the leading bobsled duo Won Yun-jong and Seo Young-woo, who used Hyundai's sled in the 2016-2017 season, finally decided to use Latvia's BTC sled for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics, the head coach denied speculation that the decision was made over the difference between the two sleds in performances.
The game features five-on-five action with players strapped to ice sleds battling and bumping each other for possession of the puck and the right to streak down the ice for a shot on goal.
Open to the same impairment categories, para-skeleton athletes use sleds identical to their Olympic counterparts.
In what sounds overtly simple, the company has already released a concept video to show how cars can drive on to an electric sled platform, which would then descend underground on an elevator and speed through to the desired destination at high speed.
The sled might be made of wood, or it might be just a block of ice with a straw pad.