buggy whip

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a horsewhip once used by a driver of a buggy

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Raymond Sullivan to celebrate Sunday Mass in the dining hall of the Buggy Whip Tavern (formerly Easy Street).
Their staffs gave them faster horses and better buggy whips.
The classic example has always been the buggy whip manufacturers of the early 20th century that were put out of business by the advent of the automobile.
But paper may soon go the way of the buggy whip, said Craig Beattie, a United Kingdom-based analyst at Celent.
YOU COULD BLAME PAPERS' emerging buggy whip status on corporate ownership.
His org bashed the plan with an ad that highlights its philosophical differences with the NAB, albeit in stereotypical terms: a horse dragging a vintage auto near the Capitol steps, with the warning "Don't Be a Buggy Whip Industry--Oppose FM Chips in Cell Phones.
You can still buy a buggy whip, which is more than can be said for a copy of The Rocky Mountain News, Cincinnati Post, or Seattle Post-lntelligencer.
We don't believe in stuff like mission statements, but not becoming Buggy Whip Monthly would be a big point in any such thing.
If the government required that 25 percent of cars be replaced by horse-drawn carriages, that also would create certain jobs (in buggy whip production, for example), while destroying or forestalling others.
With the advent of online job search sites, cover letters and resumes submitted by mail have gone the way of the buggy whip.
Inspired by rapid growth in the early 1800's, buggy whip manufacturers transformed themselves from family-run businesses to national companies.
Keep your eyes open as you do not want to be the buggy whip of tomorrow.
After all, where is the Buggy Whip Manufacturers Association today?