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lugger

Nautical a small working boat rigged with a lugsail
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Benlee noted that Huge Haul lugger trucks has a rich history and designed by Brooks Equipment in the 1930s.
Huge Haul manufactures roll offs and load luggers to meet specific needs.
The styling of the SEAT Leon ST is neat without being obviously a load lugger.
Ride height on this model has been raised by 15mm and ground clearance by 28mm compared to the other load lugger in the range, the Leon ST.
The lofty lugger, which was supplied by SENNEBOGEN 's UK and Ireland channel partner, E H Hassell and Sons, is being used primarily to unload bulk agriculture goods at the east-coast port.
We'd been staying at the Lugger Hotel, in Portloe, a tiny working fishing port on the Cornish coast.
4-m pearling lugger donated to MAGNT by the late Nick Paspaley snr, who was the patriarch of the Paspaley Pearling Company, the world's leading producer of South Sea Pearls.
As well as the standard five-door hatch, there is also a practical estate that must be just about the biggest load lugger in the supermini class.
While the Sportline Golf Estate may not be a heavyweight load lugger, it is a decidedly practical family vehicle boasting five-adult sized seats.
It is a vast load lugger with space for a bowling alley and the team of players, yet it's reasonably refined and very economical in turbo diesel form.
About 20 loads from dump hoppers may be used when filling a lugger or roll-off.
The ships described include the Endeavor, the reconstruction of James Cook's vessel, the Constitution, the oldest active warship in the world, and the Ryvar, which has been a sailing lugger since 1916.