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bodywork

1. the external shell of a motor vehicle
2. any form of therapy in which parts of the body are manipulated, such as massage
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Lot # 3: Mechanical Parts - electrical and bodywork - for Mercedes vehicles,
Bodywork Solihull has since become the biggest independent body repair service in the Midlands, carrying out work for insurers including Norwich Union and Cornhill Insurance and now becoming the exclusive repairer for Mercedes.
Treat yourself to the pleasure of doing bodywork or yoga in a calming, enriching aural environment.
Qualifications: Eugene was trained on-site when he took up the position in the bodywork department.
st] century illustration," states Sean Riehl, CEO of Real Bodywork INC.
The double-deckers, based on the Scania N-series, will be equipped with Alexander Dennis Enviro 400 bodywork, seating 47 on the upper deck, 29 on the lower deck and space for 16 standees.
Manual windows; Welding replaced by plastic and adhesive; Manual steering, no air bag; Bodywork made of sheet-metal and plastic
Chapter 1 defines seated bodywork and touches on its Oriental origins.
Helped by the weight-saving properties of the XJ's aluminium bodywork, the three-litre V6 engine's 240bhp is enough to haul the car to 60mph in less than nine seconds, while still returning 27mpg.
In Thailand's temples a new bodywork therapy based on yoga and the martial arts was born.
Thai Massage, Thai Yoga, Thai Yoga Bodywork--all describe various forms of an ancient bodywork practiced in Thailand, whose roots stretch back to India during the time of Buddha.
Before bodywork was integrated into dance programs, many dancers discovered systems by necessity.