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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.
Virgin Holidays, a UK-based holiday company, will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2010 with a liveried plane.
And it's no wonder visitors - even knowledgeable ones - are fooled as the wood-sided, Western-style building sits alongside the railroad tracks downtown and is liveried in Southern Pacific's traditional gold terra cotta-color trim and green roof tiles.
The aircraft replaces a similarly liveried Horizon CRJ-700 jet that the airline phased out as part of its ongoing transition to an all-Q400 fleet.
The firm is set to recruit 124 directly employed drivers who will be provided with Yodel branded uniforms and a liveried van.
Long before I'd finished the liveried bag, I knew they were the best I'd had this year.
The 787B was the outrageously liveried car piloted to victory by Johnny Herbert at Le Mans in 1991.
The vehicle was believed to have been liveried with business details on the side.
Cleveland Police have taken delivery of two liveried cars in a final push to promote the event.
LIVERPOOL FC has joined high flying Manchester rivals United and City with their own liveried jet.
The force's director of resources, David Wilkin, said: "The cars can carry five people, will be liveried with the force crest and will help to reduce our carbon footprint as they have zero emissions.
The car will be entered under the Team Toyota GB banner and will be liveried in the same colours as the squad's double British Touring Car Championship-winning Corolla GT of the 1980s.