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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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The winning entrants each week will receive a pair of free flights and all should see their imagery emblazoned on a special liveried aircraft.
Forensics officers - who have no powers of arrest - have been given 40 liveried vans and told to drive through the most troubled streets of Manchester.
The company, which is headquartered in the city, will lay on two specially liveried Galaxy people carriers.
Mind the gap as you step onboard the bar car where liveried stewards will be on hand to serve delicious Bellini's.
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.
Today the firm employs more than 30 staff and makes deliveries throughout the Midlands on a fleet of liveried vans.
Liveried in purple is perennially-popular fast food meal Flame Grilled Cheese Burger & Chips (278g), with a flame-marked beef patty, sesame seed bun, tomato relish and side order of fries.
The riders each receive a liveried vehicle and will promote Subaru at events.
The 787B was the outrageously liveried car piloted to victory by Johnny Herbert at Le Mans in 1991.
Only the liveried bags are collected by the Crest vehicles.
SUZUKI is launching a limited edition GSX-R1000 World Superbike replica, though only 25 of the Voltcom Crescent Suzuki liveried machines are set to be produced.
PAINT JOB: The newly liveried train at Birkenhead North maintenance depot before it goes into service on Monday