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boxcar

[′bäks‚kär]
(communications)
One of a series of long signal-wave pulses which are separated by very short intervals of time.
(engineering)
A railroad car with a flat roof and vertical sides, usually with sliding doors, which carries freight that needs to be protected from weather and theft.
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The excess railroad boxcar and its Pad 16 contents have been classified as low-level waste and will be buried at SRS observing all regulatory requirements.
Preservationists are now raising money to purchase, restore and move the boxcar to the Kern County Museum in nearby Bakersfield, which is just under a two-hour drive from Los Angeles.
I beckoned him out of the boxcar and he stepped down.
Visitors may experience both the exterior and interior of the boxcar.
name users to benefit from an up-to-date address book and with Boxcar to receive personalised notifications on all activity from their applications.
Participants were given the choice to either do nothing or pull the joystick that would reroute the boxcar to the tracks occupied by the single hiker.
Not only can excision techniques like elliptical excision/rhytidectomy, punch excision, punch elevation, and subtotal/staged excision provide "dramatic" improvement to ice pick and deep boxcar scars, these treatments can "hide the new scars along relaxed skin tension lines.
The play alternates between scenes that take place in an interrogation room at immigration headquarters and those that highlight the interaction of the five immigrants in the boxcar.
With lifting capacities from 15,000 to 22,000 pounds, the Titan series lift trucks include boxcar chassis styling and rolls on indoor cushion tires.
in 1909 only to find that his family must live in a railway boxcar with three other families.
Michener (who famously said, "I think young people ought to seek that experience that is going to knock them off center") hitchhiked and traveled across the United States by boxcar, worked in carnival shows and, before the age of twenty, had visited all but three states in the Union.