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    1. trying to save enough money so we can buy that new car

    2. Maybe you want to have a new car

    3. You’re driving the car

    4. None of us had a car to escape from the fires and the zombie flood, so we busted in on Kevin during a recording session

    5. The creature turns around to face the car and cries a deep guttural noise, like air bleeding from a bagpipe

    6. Kevin jerks the wheel and loses traction a bit before his car slides off the road

    7. “I need to take the car

    8. A cop could force someone into a car because they are in

    9. If the car that you are driving doesn’t have the energy it needs to get to where you want to go because you didn’t put the gas in the car, you are not going to get there, so choose to have energy

    10. Car accidents account for 31 percent

    11. If you use the Underground Exterminator ( see more information on this product at end of chapter) then you simply place one end of your garden hose into the tunnel and hook up the other end to your cars exhaust system and run the car for about 1/2 hr

    12. Sasha's hand reached for the door handle, though she wasn't sure what she'd do with it—the car was going at least 60 or 70 miles an hour on the freeway

    13. They clipped a car that was swerving out of the way and careened into a truck

    14. It wasn't the car or a siren

    15. Now, he was a wolf and dying in a car crash

    16. On that first day, Brandon's car broke down

    17. He talked to her about the car but not the statue

    18. His car was still gutted with no engine

    19. Johnny rose from his spot behind the car and indicated that Nancy should follow

    20. The policemen put me in the back seat of their car – an unmarked police car, thank goodness – and we drive off

    21. The door of the car opening rouses me

    22. ‘I saw that friend of yours Amy today … she brought her car in to have the tracking checked and I asked her if she was still going along to them

    23. Cockroaches have are hiding (attic, inside walls, drawers, cabinet, car port, as good a memory as ants

    24. But do not just have an item, facility, bigger house, different car that you do not need, simply because you have the money

    25. ’ Stephen muttered as we reach the car; he’s got one of those automatic unlocking devices on his car and, by the time the crowd have caught up with us, I am in the front seat buckling on the seat belt and he is starting the engine

    26. ‘Yes … are they always like that?’ I asked, shielding my face with my hand as he drives out of the car park and the cameras flash yet again

    27. He checked the driveway again to make sure the car was still gone

    28. He raises an eyebrow at me doubtfully but, all the same, picks up his car keys and makes for the door

    29. Stephen’s comment in the car about my job being on the line is coming back to me now … on the floor I can see a letter with the school crest on it lying where I dropped the post

    30. I listen to the distant sounds of an occasional car driving past the house …

    31. John drives his car somewhere in the city

    32. John returns to his car in the parking lot near the

    33. John puts the car in park, jumps out of the car for a better view, but when he gets out, he sees no one in the window

    34. He shakes his head, gets back into the car

    35. John pulls into a parking space in front of one of the three-story buildings, gets out of his car, then suddenly staggers backwards, holding onto his car to support himself

    36. Emma’s obviously on the lookout for me as, by the time I have parked the car on her drive, turned the engine off and got the driver’s door open, she is waiting to give me a hug

    37. ’ She said once I have locked the car

    38. John drives a compact rental car along Prairie Chapel Road near Crawford, Texas

    39. John stops, gets out of his car

    40. He turns to get back in his car, but stops as Enoch speaks

    41. He walks toward his car

    42. Leans against the car, looking worried

    43. He gets back into his car

    44. A trooper sits behind the wheel in each car with the windows rolled up and air conditioners running

    45. You’ll have to git out of the car,

    46. Trooper 2 turns and walks back to his car, talks into his shoulder-held microphone

    47. John jumps out of the car

    48. John beats his fist on the hood of the state trooper’s car

    49. He opens the door of the state trooper’s car, takes out the shotgun, pumps a round into the chamber and fires it in the air

    50. driver climbed out and walked round the rear of the car, where he opened one of the

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    Synonyms for "car"

    cable car car auto automobile machine motorcar railcar railroad car railway car elevator car gondola vehicle

    "car" definitions

    a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine

    a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad

    the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant

    where passengers ride up and down

    a conveyance for passengers or freight on a cable railway