buggy whip

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a horsewhip once used by a driver of a buggy

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Their staffs gave them faster horses and better buggy whips.
After all, where is the Buggy Whip Manufacturers Association today?
Will it wither away, like the buggy whip, or transform itself into new, unimagined forms?
Levitt used the buggy whip industry as an illustration of an industry with a death sentence that no amount of product improvement would have changed.
IN WITH THE NEW: Meanwhile, the Buggy Whip, 7420 La Tijera Blvd.
The second most important thing is to weld a piece of 1-inch conduit eight inches long onto one of the shafts of your dash to hold your buggy whip.
The automobile was not invented by buggy whip manufacturers and the slide rule manufacturers never even fathomed a calculator.
It's too good a service to simply go the way of the buggy whip.
It's obvious the way we communicate is changing; that the need for personal intervention is going the way of the buggy whip.
But consider a tale of two companies that made buggy whips: One believed it was in the buggy whip business; the other claimed it was in the transportation business.
We are moving from the buggy whip era to the aerospace era," said Ted Huck, MATCOR's Vice President of International Sales & Marketing.
Elieen worked for several years at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester and for more than 25 years with Buggy Whip Catering in South Grafton.
Like the buggy whip, many products die due to advances in technology, but according to Thurber there is a pattern.
There were many buggy whip manufacturers about the time the antomobile was introduced.
28 and the Florida delicacies are available at the Buggy Whip, 7420 La Tijera Blvd.