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escot

(ɛˈskɒt)
vb (tr)
to maintain or pay for
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Building on proven robustness and reliability, New Quester introduces key features such as Escot automated manual transmission, engines with higher horsepower and user-friendly telematics to deliver greater fuel efficiency, productivity, driver efficiency, safety and uptime, it added.
This is aided by the ESCOT automated manual transmission, lighter tare weight and optimised driveline, and is also affected by the operating conditions, driving behavior and vehicle maintenance, company executives told T&FME magazine.
Wildwood Escot leads the way in rearing red squirrels in an enclosed woodland, then releasing them in areas where, with assistance, they are fighting back against their more robust grey cousins.
Encontramos numerosos trabajos que atribuyen importancia a la estructura, organizacion de las ideas y a la relevancia de contenido en el ambito en que se emite (Casellas Codina, Espunya i Danes y Juando Bosch, 2012; Seres Escot, Rosich Moya y Bosch Lonch, 2010).
Pallbearers escot Ian Bell's coffin at his funeral in Bedlington.
Emmeline Escot strains to escape the expectations and regulations that govern the life of an eighteen-year-old woman of a certain class in a world where female suffrage is just becoming a hotbed political issue.
[8.] Caceres Ruiz, Juan Ignacio, Lorenzo Escot Mangas, Jose Andres Fernandez Cornejo y Javier Saiz Briones.
A Canadian diplomat, Escot Reid, once said of MacDonald that 'all his geese were [his] swans'.