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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
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Thirdly, also to discourage gas guzzlers, there should also be an annual tax on the number of cylinders of vehicles.
Then there are some of my favorite trail-camera pictures when Blade made repeated, daytime visits to my water guzzler, confirming my hunch that guzzlers provide a much-needed source of water during the rut.
Gas guzzlers, which are traditionally more volatile during fuel price fluctuations, showed a similar lag pattern," Horn continued.
Even if the agreement has not been hopelessly compromised by then, millions of the guzzlers produced in the next 12 years will still be on the road a quarter-century from now.
Today, those guzzlers, as they are often called, are filled not only with water but also with doubt as scientists debate the merit of providing water in places that naturally have limited amounts.
Anyway, scientists estimate that it is not gas guzzlers who are the root cause of the situation - but grass guzzlers.
I am also quite happy to see huge gas guzzlers taxed off the road.
On a typical day, I see maybe two hybrid cars on the road, and hundreds of gas guzzlers.
Department of Interior to "convert four ranching well developments into wildlife guzzlers for mule deer" on Preserve land.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recently announced that new analysis conducted by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute in conjunction with NRDC reveals that "the gas guzzlers which supported Detroit's Big Three profits through the 1990s are experiencing not only sharply falling sales but also deeply diminished profit margins due to rising gas prices.
Naturally, many Venezuelan drivers, accustomed to paying pocket change to fill up their gas guzzlers, have no complaints that the price of an egg buys three liters of gasoline.
But now, with declining "clarity" about the direction of oil prices and burgeoning public disdain for at least the most monstrous of the oversized gas guzzlers, there is reason to believe that the "clarity" enjoyed by SUV makers for a decade may soon be a thing of the past.