In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1bulldozer masculinetopadora feminine Argentina
- People thought we were weird, in 1992, to risk our lives by standing in front of bulldozers.
- Normally bulldozers or heavy tractors are used.
- He convinced the Army that it was better served by letting Caterpillar continue to manufacture bulldozers and tractors.
- In the architectural analogy, we can think of bulldozers as the ground clearing tools of demolition.
- Razing a plot to the ground with a bulldozer not only destroys all the wildlife and plants, but also encourages subsequent pollution with alien invasive plants.
- Most of the work on these projects is done by men in bulldozers and engineers in front of computer screens.
- The first sign of Pierolapithecus was a canine tooth turned up by a bulldozer that was clearing land for digging.
- The end is nigh for the Savoy in Broad Green as the bulldozers prepare to demolish the 1930s cinema to make way for a new housing development.
- Trees crashed to the ground, bulldozers were called in to clear the damage.
- To an anthropologist, lying in front of a bulldozer is an act of arrogant aggression.
- The mechanics of mountain belts along convergent plate boundaries are often considered to be analogous to that of a wedge of snow or soil in front of moving bulldozer.
- Here people would just stand in front of bulldozers to change that law.
- As they drive through the countryside, Evan and Zora pass a construction site where a bulldozer busily moves dirt around.
- Outside the front door, a bulldozer is clearing up the mess caused when a heavily laden lorry crashed into the wall and gatepost.
- Kiltane locals are prepared to stand in front of bulldozers to stop work on the rehabilitation of bogs in Erris.
- They are also calling on the authorities to return the bulldozers, excavators and tractors that were seized during the raid.
- Prohibiting the harvest of a plant rarely turns back the blade of the bulldozer.
- Some people took direct action and stood in front of the bulldozers but they were arrested and fined for trespassing.
- These bars are especially important on bulldozers and, to a lesser extent, on tracked loaders and excavators.
- He works in a crew that has three bulldozers, a large excavator, and two or more off-road haul trucks.
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