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pick-up

1. another name for cartridge
2. a small truck with an open body and low sides, used for light deliveries
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With far more uses than just the workplace, this is one of the most attractive pick-ups around.
Andrew Limbert, Nissan's 4x4 & LCV brand manager, said, ``Sales of pick-ups are mushrooming.
Established in 1984, Great Wall Motors, is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of pick-ups, sport utility vehicles and saloons in China.
These pick-ups come with a manufacturer warranty of three years or 60,000kms and also include a service package for the same period with no extra charge.
BCA says double cab pick-ups are extremely popular, especially with self-employed owner-operators who need to be mobile every day, despite the weather, and who also use the vehicles for family travel.
Auto Business News-1 April 2010-Isuzu shifts engineering activity for new pick-ups from Japan(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
And we can offer GUARANTEED local pick-ups close to your home.
MAZDA has knocked almost pounds 2,000 off the price of its lifestyle pick-up models, and introduced a luxuriously-equipped flagship model especially for the UK.
A report issued by the Sharjah Police Operations room said a speeding tanker rammed into a bus carrying labourers and a small pick-up truck before veering off the road and smashing into nine stationary pick-ups waiting to refuel near a petrol station.
THINGS are hotting up in the pick-up market with Mitsubishi making its L200 congestion chargecompliant and Nissan making a reintroduction under another name.
NISSAN'S Navara was the best-selling pick-up in Europe in 2006 with a total of 45,200 registered.
PICK-UP trucks aren't really my thing but after a stint with one I've changed my point of view.