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air-con

(ˈɛəˌkɒn)
n
informal air conditioning
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All come with a CD and MP3 player with air-con and electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors.
The TS comes with air-con, alloy wheels and other extras.
The TS costs pounds 9,499 and the TS2 which comes with air-con, alloy wheels and other extras costs pounds 10,999.
The CZC1, as the low-price special is called, is only available in black and comes with air-con, abs and four airbags.
The Cup comes with the same suspension settings as the limited edition R27 that I tested earlier in the year but no air-con or curtain airbags.
The posher TS2 has a 86bhp version of the same engine, alloy wheels, air-con and four-speaker audio.
The posher pounds 9,999 TS2 has a 86bhp version of the same engine, alloy wheels, air-con and four-speaker audio.
They will all be fitted with air-con, leather seats and special Icon-logoed floor mats.
I've had a cuppa, air-con and great service, In the branch she can also arrange my airport parking, any special requests, currency, without any stress excursions and my transfers all in one go.
'If the air-con does not work in any part of this building, I will shut down the air-con everywhere, especially in the 11th floor,' he said, referring to his office.
Consequently, the LTFRB allowed a 15-centavo-per-kilometer raise for both ordinary and air-con units.