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'I have seen two men crouching under the wheels of one of the trucks nearly all night.
They will no more than take a little grain, perhaps, from one of the trucks. There are many up the line.
I was running to and fro in the dark on this side of the trucks as the te-train moved up and down slowly.
The old gentleman had been roused agreeably by the presence of this attentive and well-informed young man, as was evident by the care with which he finished the last words in his sentences, and his slight exaggeration in the number of trucks on the trains.
These narrow bricks prove that it is five hundred years old--five hundred years, I think--they may have said six." She, too, felt an impulse to exaggerate the age of the bricks, as her father had exaggerated the number of trucks. A big lamp hung down from the center of the ceiling and, together with a fine log fire, illuminated a large and lofty room, with rafters running from wall to wall, a floor of red tiles, and a substantial fireplace built up of those narrow red bricks which were said to be five hundred years old.
The Scarecrow and the Woodman now began to fasten the mice to the truck, using the strings they had brought.
After a great deal of hard work, for the Lion was heavy, they managed to get him up on the truck. Then the Queen hurriedly gave her people the order to start, for she feared if the mice stayed among the poppies too long they also would fall asleep.
At first the little creatures, many though they were, could hardly stir the heavily loaded truck; but the Woodman and the Scarecrow both pushed from behind, and they got along better.
Then the mice were unharnessed from the truck and scampered away through the grass to their homes.
Those are the nearest truck farms, and when they fail, as they often do, I am told, to supply the increasing needs, the managers have to express vegetables all the way from San Francisco.
You always want more'n your share of the truck, and you've always got it, too, because you've swore 't if you didn't you'd tell.
"Well, my idea is this: we'll rustle around and gather up whatever pickins we've overlooked in the state- rooms, and shove for shore and hide the truck. Then we'll wait.
Heavy duty truck manufactures are highly focusing on diminishing the high cost associates with the heavy duty trucks by shifting towards the remanufacturing techniques and use of cost effective material, thereby minimizing the production cost.
Summary: Heavy duty truck manufactures are highly focusing on diminishing the high cost associates with the heavy duty trucks by shifting towards the remanufacturing techniques and use of cost effective material, thereby minimizing the production cost.
Thirty years after acquiring its plant in Cleveland, North Carolina, Daimler Trucks North America (OTC: DMLRY) produced the 750,000th heavy-duty truck there, a flagship Freightliner Cascadia.