Yugo.


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Yugo.

abbreviation for
(Placename) (the former) Yugoslavia
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Japan's Kawamoto Koji and compatriot Ota Tuo were the only two Ma Viro had to look out for as he set his own tempo in the last quarter of the race But the Cambodian, whose previous best over the course was only third, this time conserved his energy well enough to win in 2 hours 56 minutes and 24 seconds, sparing two minutes on Koji And almost five to Yugo.
Even a master mechanic would be hard pressed to get good results working on a Yugo. Justice Lewis said, "Florida needs a valid workers' compensation system, but the charade is over
It's also safe to say that the Civic was at least four times as good as the Yugo. There were countless jokes about the Yugo and its numerous flaws.
will be playing a secret gig somewhere in the city, Nick and Norah are unexpectedly thrown together in his egg yolk-coloured Yugo.
will be playing a secret gig in the city, Nick and Norah are unexpectedly thrown together in his Yugo.
Other times, he drives himself there in his battered G-reg Yugo.
Starting in the late 1980's the factory began producing trucks, which were named Zastava while all the cars were named Yugo.
People are always writing things like "Highpoints In The Manufacture Of Garlic Powder" and "Milestones In The Development Of The Yugo." So I thought hey let's do "Landmark Holster Designs." An article on holster highpoints could very well be subtitled, "How Everyone Stole Everyone Else's Ideas And Called "Em Their Own" Except sometimes.
This quality is showing through in SEAT residuals - there's none of the freefall in used values you might have suffered with a Lada or Yugo.
Piera Digiulo was sitting in her kitchen trying to think of what to do with her Yugo. Suddenly the idea of making it into a toaster "just popped up," she says with a grin.
Scientists who still think cold fusion holds promise for generating power might fit into a Yugo. These diehards apparently include chemist B.