mobile home

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mobile home

living quarters mounted on wheels and capable of being towed by a motor vehicle
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Single-wide mobile homes are about $100,000 and double-wide mobile homes are about $150,000, plus a cooperative fee of $25,000, Mrs.
double-wide linear bearings can handle were enough that we didn't need to look further.
A dancer laces a pair of size 11 double-wide pointe shoes around each calf.
"An income that can barely cover a double-wide in Florida can swing a condo south of the border," he notes.
A misguided double-wide manufactured home put the lights out for hundreds of Junction City residents Sunday night after it crashed into a power pole, nearly breaking it in two.
And there's John Cothran--grandson and namesake of Sheriff John Ed Cothran of infamous Greenwood (Leflore County) in the Delta--a "working stiff" whose good heart and bad temper have left him with four broken marriages, who works as a floor manager at Home Depot and a second job stocking shelves at the Kroger supermarket to pay child support for the kids he loves, and whose ambition is a double-wide trailer in an all-white development outside Senatobia.
The SMP6905 is a double-wide SMIP//[TM] module; therefore, it can be easily combined with other SMIP//[TM] switch modules to provide the building blocks for a powerful RF test system.
Make that nine suppliers of double-wide newspaper presses.
Pages consist of three double-wide columns of text flanked on the left by a narrow column of mostly white space which contains short text and elements like a table of contents, the firm's logo and website address and eye-catching department heads and article summaries.
The leftover space in tbe dishwasher's double-wide cabinet contains narrow shelves for soap and cleanser.
The property consists of an equal mix of single- and double-wide homes, with all pads able to accommodate a double-wide configuration.