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livery

1. 
a. the stabling, keeping, or hiring out of horses for money
b. (as modifier): a livery horse
2. at livery being kept in a livery stable
3. Legal history an ancient method of conveying freehold land
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The special edition variant is now also available in a matte brown paint scheme, at the same price as before.
18 Interstate Batteries Chevrolet race car sported a paint scheme featuring the title logo from the controversial new movie The Passion of the Christ, produced and directed by Mel Gibson.
The sculpture was displayed at the raceway, to launch the debut of the primary cheese paint scheme on the #5 Kellogg's / got milk?
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37 Chevrolet SS driven by Chris Buescher will feature a unique paint scheme at Charlotte Motor Speedway with Kleenex and DisneyPixars Cars 3 in a one-race collaboration during Memorial Day weekend.
Desothane HS/CA 8201 military topcoat achieves the special-effects metallic paint scheme for the HC144 airplanes while affording a long-lasting finish.
The TVS Phoenix will now be available in an 'Alpine White' paint scheme with red livery, while the Apache RTR 160 will come in five single tone colours -- white, black, red, yellow and titanium grey -- along with trademark Apache graphics.
The Dyna Wide Glide returns as an all-new Dyna model with old-school chopper style, featuring black laced wheels, a chopped rear fender, black 'wire' sissy bar, 2-1-2 Tommy Gun exhaust and a limited edition flame paint scheme.
Choe added that when he bought the three building strip mall it was in very poor condition and the paint scheme was a way of bringing life back to what seemed to be a deserted and forgotten lot.
The Doha-based carrier is revamping its image and exterior paint scheme and introducing on its yet to be delivered Airbus A340-600 what is the only dedicated onboard first class lounge flying today.
The largest WW II type of aircraft to fly off the Essex-class carrier Hornet (CV 12), the TBM was restored to static display status wearing the paint scheme of VT17, one of Hornet's torpedo bomber squadrons during WW II.