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Best fish came from 14 feet using Mussel Crawler Tightline Jigs with twin turbo tail trails, Davis said; www.midsouthbassguide.com.
The power easily motivates the sturdy curb weight, once the turbo spools.
Riley McDermott took first in the age 15-16 turbo javelin at 68 feet.
The Syrma concept -- developed by 11 students from Milan's Istituto Europeo di Design, and presented at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show -- keeps its foot in the old and new by having a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V6 combustion engine mated to an electric motor.
Newgarden continued to gain nearly a second a lap on Rahal before in the final laps before a blown turbo on Spencer Pigot’s car brought out a red flag on Lap 67 of 70.
The Environmental Protection Agency rates the turbo 3-liter’s fuel economy at 16 miles per gallon in the city, 24 highway and a 19 m.p.g.
An all-new, mass-efficient body structure is at the center of the Equinox's trimmer curb weight and helps make the most of the available turbo engine options.
Active Mars moves into your zone of relationships Sunday, turbo-charging your social life between now and July 20.
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Origin and Etymology of turbo
First Known Use: 1904See Words from the same year
Definition of turbo-
1 : coupled directly to a driving turbine turbofan
2 : consisting of or incorporating a turbine turbojet engine
Origin and Etymology of turbo-
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