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  • noun US A vehicle equipped with fire fighting apparatus


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  • To paraphrase Truman, firefightin is easy when your firetruck is a desk and your hose a pencil.

    Head Of NYC Firefighters Union Attacks Giuliani's 9/11 Performance 2009

  • If so, does that mean he thinks the firetruck is another wolf?

    Museum Blogs 2010

  • I was listening and waiting for him to say "firetruck" (picking up on the toy image), but the reference to PB&J was brilliant.

    Obama: "I Shared My Peanut Butter And Jelly Sandwich" 2009

  • With the exception of Howard Stern, most wouldn't allow it, one suggesting I say "firetruck," and another, "Shwanstucker" instead.

    Paulette Cooper: Can I Say The "P" Word On Radio? 2008

  • And "firetruck," which WNW also clasped to its bosom in 1988, as an

    CJR 2010

  • Rock stars went to visit him in Ottawa, and he brought profanity into the halls of governance long before Dick Cheney uttered the edited version of "firetruck" on the floor of the U.S. Senate.

    Top Stories - Google News 2009

  • Cuz I'm completely clueless as to what this "firetruck" is doing! lol rampurple | November 12th, 2008 at 4: 56 pm you went on the roof to get some creative ideas and someone thought you were going to jump so they called 777 22.

    2:48AM [The B-Sides] 2008

  • Capozzi, who heads a 13-person department, said the agriculture funding is providing crucial aid to agencies supported by small community tax bases, where a new firetruck or police car often is a prohibitive expense.

    Rural Community Facilities Program is a lifeline 2011

  • (It would have been nice if the Emmy voters had been paying attention, but that firetruck has left the garage.)

    Critic's Corner Tuesday 2009

  • He collected firefighting memorabilia and was part of a group that restored a firetruck.

    Heroes or Villains? 2010


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