capless

capless

(ˈkæpləs)
adj
having no cap
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On its long back sat Daniel, hunched forward, capless, his disheveled gray hair hanging over his flushed, perspiring face.
Standard kit is hugely generous at all levels, the entry model Mondeo Edge including the likes of manual air con, CD/radio with steering wheel controls and MP3 connection, electric front windows, power and heated door mirrors, Quickclear heated rear windscreen, trip computer, follow-me-home lighting, seven airbags and Ford's Easyfuel Capless Refuelling system - which can recognise diesel or petrol pumps and prevent incorrect filling - while standard driver safety aids include switchable Electronic Stability Program with Traction Assist and Emergency Brake Assist.
Djokovic duly played on capless and Court One was a server's paradise until the Serb made the breakthrough in the 11th game, Hurkacz saving three break points but succumbing to a fourth.
A good example of this kind of thing was on display at the PACK EXPO booth of Fords Packaging Systems, a UK-based firm with a long history of what's commonly referred to as "capless sealing." That is, sealing foil membranes to plastic or glass containers by way of either conduction or induction technology.
Gasoline travels through a self-sealing, capless fuel lead that eliminates the need for a twist cap.
You should thrive--or as you write, be a "CaPLESS thriver." Please explain the CaPLESS concept to our readers.
Moss introduces us to Geo Espinosa, ND (cover photo), who has developed the CaPLESS method of active surveillance rather than watchful waiting for prostate cancer.
The vehicle features auto high-beam headlights, SiriusXM Radio 2.0, four 2.5-amp USB ports, capless fuel filler and options include LED fog lights, Surround-View camera and a rear entertainment system.
It also keeps the signature fuel flap, now capless for easier refueling.
the rear and a capless USB for connection and charging.