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guzzle

[′gəz·əl]
(meteorology)
In the Shetland Islands, an angry blast of wind, dry and parching.
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After only a few months, my suspicions were confirmed: mature bucks will consistently seek my water guzzlers during daylight hours during the hunting season.
This shows the gas guzzler business model of the past is now bankrupt," said NRDC vehicles policy director Roland Hwang.
Guzzlers include anxiety (need achievement theory and test anxiety research), low control (control theory, choice theory, and attribution theory), failure avoidance (need achievement theory), and self-sabotage/self-handicapping (self-worth motivation theory).
Once the dust settles in the desert, maybe Americans will realize that there are better ways to get their hydrocarbons than by fighting for them, and that there are better ways to get to work in the morning than by driving a gas guzzler.
The cars of tomorrow do not have to be gas guzzlers in order to appeal to the quality end of the market.
WHEN the Irish lost their place as the world's top Guinness guzzlers to Nigeria a few weeks back, the African coup made huge headlines.
James, 36, said: "Many top players drive gas guzzlers.
The report also recommended new Vehicle Excise Duty car tax bands, with MPs suggesting top gas guzzlers should pay as much as pounds 1,800 a year.
Commuters are also opting to buy second cars to do the bulk of the driving, while keeping their gas guzzlers for weekend cruising.
But the government would encourage more people to make the right choices by cutting car tax on the most fuel-efficient cars and increasing it for gas guzzlers.
But we also need to encourage people to make the right choices by cutting car tax on the most efficient cars and putting it up for gas guzzlers.
When husband and wife team Tim Clarke and Lynette Arblaster launched Wine Tours Worldwide holiday company in 1986, the idea was a hit with wine buffs, Champagne guzzlers and food gourmets.