Prosaically, a bulldozer lowered its wide blade some fifty yards from the ship.
The bulldozer was teetering at the edge of the cliff as he saw it, right above him.
A bulldozer stood abandoned on it, brand-new and in perfect order, with the smell of gasoline and oil about it.
He reached the bulldozer and turned south, and at long last reached the highway.
Mijok saw; he changed the course of his attack, a bulldozer aiming at a new clump of brush.
The burrow had been excavated by lemmings on a mound of earth thrown up by a bulldozer.
Even the section their ship stood on was part of the crater, he saw, with an Earth bulldozer working on it.
One specimen was unearthed from the bank of a small muddy stream by a bulldozer.
There was screaming everywhere now, and more bodies on the floor, and the press from behind was as relentless as a bulldozer.
There was nothing wrong with his command of whatever language it was, but there seemed to be no word for bulldozer.