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tonneau

[tə′nō]
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All we need to know is the type of vehicle you have, what you use it for and anything else that matters to your tonneau covers choices.
An exquisite combination of versatility and style, the new HF350M hard tri-fold tonneau features a low-profile design with textured matte black panels that complement every pickup model.
Tonneau's work (2001, 2004; Tonneau & Gonzalez, 2004) provides an updated Pavlovian approach to language: relations among linguistic and non-linguistic events constitute "functional equivalence relations", which are established through "function transfer" processes.
Useful features like a one-touch Easy-Flat folding rear seat system, a dual-level loadspace floor and a two-way tonneau cover - standard on Icon, Sport and Excel grades - add to the car's appeal.
Of the two, one is the Malte collection of tonneau shape while the other is the Overseas Chronograph.
Other lots include a 1904 Richard Brasier side-entrance Tonneau and a 1904 Wolseley twin-cylinder Tonneau.
A clear view of the 12C Spider's lightweight M838T power plant is available through a glass screen positioned behind the tonneau cover.
And the full glory of the lightweight 3.8-litre engine can be seen through a glass screen behind the tonneau cover.
There's the choice of open or hard top, the former having fold out bimini and tonneau covers, the latter an automated sliding roof between screen and rear section.
There's also the Auto TG-5000 ($130), which protects against tonneau top entry as well.
The 3.5-litre CGI direct injection engine is sweet, silent and brisk, and the clever hood disappears at the push of a button in just 20 seconds, under a slick metal tonneau.
The StepIT tailgate step folds quickly and easily into a 12-inch by 18-inch by 1 1/2-inch enclosure and does not interfere with tonneau covers.