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buggy

1. a light horse-drawn carriage having either four wheels (esp in the US and Canada) or two wheels (esp in Britain and India)
2. a small motorized vehicle designed for a particular purpose

buggy

[′bəg·ē]
(engineering)
(mining engineering)
A four-wheeled steel car used for hauling coal to and from chutes.

buggy, concrete cart

A two-wheeled or four-wheeled cart, often motor-driven, usually rubber-tired, for transporting small quantities of concrete from hoppers or mixers to forms.

buggy

Software that contains flaws. Many in the software industry swear that bugs are inevitable, and perhaps they are right. As long as we work in the competitive, pressure-cooker environment of our high-tech world, products will more often than not be developed too hastily and released too early. See bug and bugrade.
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However, I would urge mothers with buggies to consider my situation.
Decorated buggies are seen at committee chowk and different places of Rawalpindi, once buggies were used to hire by those who cannot afford the decorated cars but its become a fashion these days especially among young generation as it gives a fascinating touch to the wedding for life time memory, they said.
Women wishing to ride the buggies or bikes should avoid places where there are assemblies of young people to protect themselves from physical or verbal harassment and possible theft, he said.
The source added that women wishing to ride the buggies or bikes should avoid places where there are assemblies of young people to protect themselves from physical or verbal harassment and possible theft, Gulf News reports.
Sales of top-of-the-range buggies costing more than pounds 500 have increased by 40%, with parents unwittingly fuelling the black market through second-hand purchases.
Our buggies are used thousands of times each year without incident.
GOLFERS at a Midland course have no excuses for getting lost on the fairways - because their buggies have been fitted with satellite navigation.
She told police she heard two electric mobility buggies heading towards her as she walked on the pavement in New Milton, Hants.
There is scarcely a shopping street anywhere in the country where the sight of buggies is not commonplace.
With a general Old West theme, much of the stuff at The Barnyard is built by Neice, including buggies, totem poles and figures of horses and longhorns.
According to the Des Moines Register, county law enforcement officials insisted that buggies without reflectors represent a hazard, but the magistrate disagreed.
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