Recent Examples of bulldozer from the Web
The tidal wave had killed 11 people in Okuma; the 12th had not yet been found, and so there was an ugly mound of broken board, sheet metal, rags and other detritus on the beach where the bulldozers had gone corpse-hunting.
That honor goes to the annual crop of relatively anonymous bulldozers who often toil in obscurity for years before rising into starting roles three, four, sometimes five seasons into their college careers.
The military also lent bulldozers for the mass burial of the dead sheep, and initiated a review of the safety protocol at Dugway.
With the sound of bulldozers and construction equipment in the background, Jacksonville State University President John Beehler welcomed students back to a scarred but resilient campus today.
Some of them chained themselves to the trunks in defiance of the bulldozers.
In the days after the riots, bulldozers cleared away the wreckage.
Yet as rumours spread that authorities were about to send bulldozers in to clear the debris, the message was that the search for survivors continues.
Cranes, bulldozers and other heavy equipment were moved to the scene.
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BULLDOZER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bulldozer for English Language Learners
: a powerful and heavy vehicle that has a large curved piece of metal at its front and that is used for moving dirt and rocks and pushing over trees and other structures
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