gearstick


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Noun1.gearstick - a mechanical device for engaging and disengaging gearsgearstick - a mechanical device for engaging and disengaging gears; "in Britain they call a gearshift a gear lever"
mechanical device - mechanism consisting of a device that works on mechanical principles
automotive vehicle, motor vehicle - a self-propelled wheeled vehicle that does not run on rails
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Sure, some people were trapped for a few days on motorways and were forced to sleep in their cars with the gearstick pressing into their thighs.
The white van man had tied a piece of string around his broken windscreen wipers and then attached the thread to his gearstick, police said.
Inside, it maintains all those retro touches that make it so attractive - chrome toggle switches, the red start/stop button, the neat little gearstick and the leather-clad steering wheel.
Subsequently his fingerprint was found on the false registration plate fitted to it and his DNA was on the gearstick.
Posing on the bonnet of a Mercedes GTS while in Dubai he says: "There (sic) praying so hard for me to fall they can't get up off there (sic) knees and yes we got the Mercedes GTS out its a 16 plate not even out in the UK #dubai" Another image showing three Rolex watches wrapped around a Porsche Panamera gearstick was captioned: "Have you seen a 100k well if you haven't this what a hundred k plus look like.
Roshan Nanwani used to crawl to work gripping the gearstick of his car in bumper-to-bumper traffic, now he beats out tunes in the air with his left hand.
The transmission is nine-speed automatic, complete with the same rotating gearstick knob that rises from the centre stack that I bemoaned on the Jaguar XE a few weeks back.
It features sports seats, an aluminium gearstick, and a touchscreen infotainment system in the centre console.
It is solid and plush with brushed aluminium across the fascia, leather or Alcantara seats and steering wheel and in the automatic model, rather a natty little piano black and silver gearstick.
Chen in late 2013 who took the gearstick at Blackberry when the company was in dire straits has spent the past year stabilizing the smartphone industry pioneer.
The driver told the Supreme Court:Ce"I had just stepped out of the bus briefly and left the engine operating when a schoolboy inside the bus accidentally hit the gearstick, which caused the bus to reverse.
That means a red ring around the top of the gearstick, another circling the Start/Stop button and also highlighting both the S1 steering wheel badge and the car's kickplates.