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  • n. Plural form of hauler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • We sent him new equipment from Cuba, including trucks, bulldozers, and haulers, that is, all the means necessary to build this airport rapidly and at full speed, which was another great accomplishment.

    SPEECH AT THE COUNCIL OF STATE MEETING- RECORDED

  • We sent him new equipment from Cuba, including trucks, bulldozers, and haulers, that is, all the means necessary to build this aiport rapidly and at full speed, which was another great accomplishment.

    Castro Addresses State Council on Drug Trial

  • "My original thought was to agree with the haulers, because the haulers were the ones who paid so they should get it back, but now I'm not so sure," Milliron said.

    The Altoona Mirror

  • Do I have enough logistical support "haulers", tech, ships, etc to make doing so cost-effective.

    Scarcely rare

  • Haul videos are the new viral phenomenon in which teens become 'haulers' by showing off their recent shopping purchases through short product reviews posted online - with videos featuring real teens showcasing their Westfield Valley Fair shopping finds.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • Yes, that is legal, but when people are given a ride to the polls in those numbers by hired "haulers," the potential for abuse is great - and the candidate with the deepest campaign chest gets a head start.

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  • But the chain saw work was generally considered plum, because inside the glacier they were protected from the cutting winds that froze the haulers and lookouts on guard for teammates in distress, with windchill temperatures down to –40 Fahrenheit.

    First Contact

  • Two rubbish haulers had already founded the Cleveland Solid Waste Trade Guild with the idea of eliminating undercutting and price fixing and guaranteeing a fair piece of the waste disposal profits for members.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Before this, rubbish haulers often carried sticks to fend off hungry rats.

    Kill the Irishman

  • Other rubbish haulers reported threats, assaults, and even being shot at.

    Kill the Irishman

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