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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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And the driver of a liveried vehicle is a brand ambassador--either a good ambassador or a bad one, dependent entirely on that ambassador's behaviours.
UNMISSABLE 3The brightly g liveried Mazda 787B that won the Le Mans 24 Hours
Det Chief Supt John Kelly, director of Forensic Services at Greater Manchester Police, said: "Equipping Crime Scene Investigators with liveried vehicles - which are clearly marked as belonging to Forensic Services - has a number of benefits.
The riders each receive a liveried vehicle and will promote Subaru at events.
Today the firm employs more than 30 staff and makes deliveries throughout the Midlands on a fleet of liveried vans.
He said: "It was a liveried van that was broken into, so they will have known what stock might be inside.
The delivered wholesaler has ditched third-party logistics providers in favour of its own liveried vehicles, driven by drivers in Blueheath uniforms, as part of a move it believes will generate more loyalty.
There will be a minute's silence before today's race and the Welsh Cycling Union is sending a special liveried official lead car to mark the occasion.
The company, which is headquartered in the city, will lay on two specially liveried Galaxy people carriers.
Cardiff Bus has invested pounds 600,000 on buses which are individually liveried, have low floor easy access, additional luggage space and CCTV.
You arrive at Art's Deli in the schmooze center of Studio City, where a liveried valet greets your limo.
A mixed fleet of specially liveried Discovery Sport, Discovery, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover models will provide transport for match officials, event support staff and VIPs for the duration of the 44-day competition, covering an anticipated total of 650,000 miles enough to drive around the world 26 times.