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bodywork

1. the external shell of a motor vehicle
2. any form of therapy in which parts of the body are manipulated, such as massage
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That was when I could have done with a self-repairing bodywork model.
Pellet holes could be seen in the car's rear passenger window, and in the bodywork.
Loads of production, one-piece spandex outfits, cotton sweatbands, sleazy dancefloor shenanigans, Bodywork has it all and is an infamous riot on the senses.
Stylists Pininfarina sculpted the bodywork around the various cooling and aerodynamic constraints laid down by the engineers.
The latest special editions are available with Midnight Black or Crystal White bodywork.
Jamie said: "Hazel thermally images and carries out bodywork on my horses on a regular basis especially pre and post competitions.
With a new matt bodywork finish, blue anodised engine casings and forks, polished wheels, and chrome treatment too, it's certainly one of the most unique GSX-Rs ever produced.
Renowned for its beautifully presented cars, JMW Motorsport searched for a long lasting solution that would prevent surrounding bodywork and paint from peeling or discoloration.
With the many types of bodywork and energy work available, caregivers will be able to identify a modality (or combination) that will supplement therapies already in place for children with diverse sensory challenges.
Designed in conjunction with Rohm and Haas, the company that developed Plexiglas, all of the metal bodywork of the car was replaced with the then high-tech clear plastic.
THIS week's volcanic ash eruption poses a bigger threat to vehicle bodywork than last year's, according to experts.
Bayer MaterialScience is offering a new 'green' high-tech material blend of polycarbonate and polyethylene terephthalate (PC+PET) for horizontal automobile bodywork parts.