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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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In early May Boeing revealed the paint scheme of the P-8A Poseidon aircraft slated for the US Navy.
The exteriors feature a red and black paint scheme, special alloys and VX badging.
A seven-layer "metal effect" paint scheme makes the car literally glow.
27 Baker Curb Racing entry will sport a paint scheme that includes 181 of the supermarket chain's employees from the Southwest division who have been recognized for their service.
The double deck Bargain Bus is easily recognised with its bright yellow paint scheme.
The airplanes on display ran the gamut, from the mundane (a classic Cessna 152), to the nostalgic (a World War II era Harvard T-6 trainer with a yellow Royal Canadian Air Force paint scheme); from the flat-out gorgeous (a fire engine red Beechcraft Staggerwing biplane), to the fearsome (an A6-E Intruder Navy attack plane).
The aircraft -- a Bombardier Q400 -- sports a vibrant paint scheme that celebrates Horizon's 25 years of service.
The C-141 Storlifter, featuring a 1970s-era white and gray paint scheme, got its name from the fact that it was the first aircraft to airlift American prisoners of war to freedom from Gia Lam Airport in Hanoi, North Vietnam, Feb.
It was one of only five such command structures and even the original paint scheme survives.
Before any Vikings are flown to the desert, one aircraft will be painted in a WW II paint scheme, including nose art, to commemorate VS-21's history.
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.