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Synonyms for tire

to diminish the strength and energy of

to fatigue with dullness or tedium

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Instead of snow tires, he's pushing high-speed trains that would link major cities of the West.
If you feel you don't need snow tires, you should still have all four tires properly checked.
Snow tires are constructed to grip snowy surfaces and to stay pliable in the cold.
Being a Michigan driver, the first thing that comes to mind is snow tires mounted on wheels.
According to the Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA), these tires feature "tread patterns, construction elements, and materials that provide superior snow performance" over other types of tires, even those the RMA used to classify as snow tires.
Snow tires are designed, as their name implies, for use in the snow.
In a city where out-of-the-closet Republicans are rarer than snow tires, Chetwynd morphed into a Reagan conservative who wrote speeches for the former president and recently supported "Dubya" Bush with more than just his vote.
Bird and I scamper through the rain into the Les Schwab Powell Boulevard fire center, and make a strange inquiry for mid-September: We want to price some snow tires.
According to published reports, it won't be long before Eastern European consumers will be stacking a case of frozen pizzas in heir hopping cart on top of a set of snow tires.
Never put non-radial snow tires on the rear if radials are on the front, except when the vehicle has duals on the rear.
Under hazardous conditions, state highway departments may close roads or allow only vehicles that have tire chains or snow tires, or four wheel drive with adequate tires.
If it does snow, maybe you should postpone going out on the highway; or maybe you should have snow tires put on the car.
Another referred to one in which two students in wheelchairs are trying to negotiate a snowy sidewalk when one says to the other, "think snow tires.
Allen, William Clark, Robert McFarlane, and John Poindexter, it grew still larger and more powerful, sometimes confused with a drug or arms cartel, dabbling occasionally in snow tires for Oliver North or furtive White House tours for right-wing contributors.
I'll never forget how the reputedly brainy Sam Nunn told me, in the first blush of Oliver North's popularity, that the colonel's undoing would come when he would have to explain how he used those infamous traveler's checks to purchase snow tires.