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artic

(ɑːˈtɪk)
n
(Automotive Engineering) informal short for articulated vehicle
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artic

n (Brit inf) → (Sattel)schlepper m
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We could not get near the fire, so we moved at large in the artic spaces, among a multitude of people who sat silent, smileless, forlorn, and shivering--thinking what fools they were to come, perhaps.
Then, after the break-up of the ice on the Porcupine, he had built a canoe and paddled down that stream to where it effected its junction with the Yukon just under the Artic circle.
With more than a half-century of manufacturing experience under its belt, Artic will soon come out with an assortment of retro-packaging using nostalgic, poster-style images on front facings that will be instantly recognizable to mature consumers in the Benelux countries.
They make Artic Jack a 40-1 chance for chasing's blue riband.
This new 30-metre biarticulated chassis, Gran Artic 300 can reportedly carry up to 300 passengers.
Al Rayyan Tourism Investment Company (Artic), the international hotel investment and hospitality subsidiary of Al Faisal Holding Company, has acquired the Viceroy Miami luxury boutique hotel, its fifth investment in the US.
Talking to Qatar Tribune on the sidelines of 'Doing Business and Investing in the US Forum' in Doha on Tuesday, Al Faisal Holding Chairman Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al Thani said ARTIC sees US as the prime destination for expansion of its hospitality business.
Commenting on the acquisition, ARTIC chairman His Excellency Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani said: "Since the creation of ARTIC in 2003, our objective has been to have a presence in major cities around the world through high quality investments.
It is understood the artic, owned by hauliers William Duff and Sons, had pulled over with a puncture.
Michael Ellet (49) of Evers Street, Quarry Bank, Brierley Hill, had pleaded not guilty to receiving the artic and its load which had been stolen from the Lynx Logistics premises in Shirley, Solihull.
SEARCHING FOR FORM: Artic Jack (right) could bounce back this weekend