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workhorse

a horse used for nonrecreational activities
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The new compound boasts the same performance properties as established workhorse grade Chemlon 104H; but in gate-freeze tests, 102HI BK001 showed a 15% improvement vs.
The workhorse aircraft has been given high marks for its payload carrying capability, operational versatility, flight range and the capability of operating from short airfields.
The Workhorse E-100 all-electric, zero emission truck reportedly achieves 37.
Workhorse plans to begin test flights this year and intends to achieve Federal Aviation Administration certification in late 2019.
Workhorse Fitness opens its doors a handful of times each day to members who complete rigorous workouts that are supervised and instructed by a trained fitness professional.
Workhorse Software's key offering - cloud-based media planning management software Mediatools - is used by more than 6,500 media entities globally.
The Workhorse is definitely in high demand and we sold all the ones we had in stock within a week's time," said Botha.
But recently, The Workhorse had the chance to take a rest from its taxing schedule to become one of the first customers of the new car wash at the Belgrade Plaza Car Park.
As a workhorse it comes in several guises, from a basic single cab with open rear cargo bay, to twin cab with a detachable fiberglass hood to cover the cargo area, as in the case of the aptly-named Barbarian.
The workhorse of the operation is the RAF C-130 Hercules aircraft, nicknamed "Fat Albert".
The Workhorse Series of efficient industrial/commercial heating and cooling equipment includes direct-fired heaters combined with evaporative coolers in a single unit.
As an organic part of Combined Task Force (CTF) Castle, the EHCC supported Task Force (TF) Workhorse (Route Clearance) and TF Hammer (Construction) by providing them with explosive hazards awareness.