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articulate

Zoology (of arthropods and higher vertebrates) possessing joints or jointed segments
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Based on geographical segmentation, Technavio market researchers categorize the global articulated market into the following key regions: the Americas, APAC, and EMEA.
The NPATCH finalized and approved by consensus its report and recommendations regarding the Articulated Plan in practice at its October meeting.
In-Situ Steering Dynamics Analysis of Skid Steering for Articulated Motor-Driven Vehicle," SAE Int.
The A60H, 55t-class (60 short ton) articulated dump truck, is the industry's largest articulated hauler, and it is fitting that Volvo would launch it on the 50th anniversary of the company's production of the first articulated hauler, the DR631 in 1966 - fondly known as 'Gravel Charlie'.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global articulated robots market to grow at a CAGR of 16.
The Hydrema articulated water truck complements the Curry Supply Off-Road Water Truck line of products.
In other words, this study explains how English emerging as a global language can be adapted and fluently articulated by Taiwanese.
President Hosni Mubarak has recently given directives to the owners of articulated vehicles to make certain adjustments to their vehicles, as enshrined in the new traffic law.
Volvo Buses, a subsidiary of Volvo AB (NASDAQ: VOLV) (STO: VOLVA) (STO: VOLVB), a Sweden-based automaker, has received an order for 100 bi-articulated Volvo B9SALF buses to Sao Paulo in Brazil and 84 articulated buses for the BRT system in Bogota, Colombia.
15 October 2009 - Volvo Buses, part of Swedish vehicle group AB Volvo (STO: VOLV B), announced today an order to deliver 100 bi-articulated Volvo B9SALF buses to Sao Paulo, Brazil, and another order for 84 articulated buses in Bogota, Colombia.
Caterpillar will offer a family of articulated truck bare chassis to support specialty machines not included in the portfolio of Cat products.
However, with the arrival in the early 1990s of the articulated truck --which also only turns the load in the aisleway--specifiers could obtain a forklift capable of working in narrow aisles but with the added capability of being suitable for use outside to load and unload lorries.