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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MOTOR-DRIVEN

At its head a cluster of vehicles, horse-drawn as well as motor-driven, waited.

The road was blocked by motor-driven traffic heading away from the lake, and not at a steady pace, but in headlong flight.

Motor-driven baggage-trucks and red-capped porters carrying bags sped down the platform with an agreeable effect of activity.

A third was drying them before a motor-driven, superheated electric fan.

It was not as satisfactory as a motor-driven pump, but it took no electric power and used up no valuable weight.

But all at once there appeared as if from nowhere a little, motor-driven dory coming toward us.

A motor-driven flying machine which relies upon surfaces for its support in the air.

In the electric shop, motor-driven blowers carry fumes and dust away from the worker and bring fresh air in.

The entire table and rig slid down the ramp onto a motor-driven dolly from the ambulance.

During the forenoon two small, motor-driven crafts came close to stand by.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.