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workhorse

a horse used for nonrecreational activities
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The vehicles are being manufactured by Workhorse Group, Inc.
Smith brings a wealth of media planning experience to Workhorse Software highlighted by five years at Starcom Media Vest Group in Chicago.
We're pleased to welcome Albert to the Workhorse team and look forward to him playing an integral role in providing support and training of our Mediatools (TM) software to regional advertising and agency teams in Europe, Africa and the Middle East," said Michael Wiletzky, vice president, global support director.
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.
Supply and demand: The Hercules C-130 is the Forces' workhorse in Afghanistan.
TF Workhorse led the way on route clearance operations all across Regional Command-East and proved to be a dominant player in the IED fight, involved in more than one-third of all IED events in its area.
Available both as a rugged workhorse vehicle or a lifestyle luxury statement, the new L200 has sensational looks.
The machine is a workhorse," says Neil LeBlanc, senior marketing consultant for Caterpillar Inc.
Add an FM tuner plus a Windows music format support and you've got a workhorse for your workout.
Operators, even a workhorse like your interim high mobility engineer excavator needs some TLC to keep it moving dirt and sand.