truckline

truckline

(ˈtrʌkˌlaɪn)
n
a transportation system or organization that conveys freight by truck
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He sold his twenty-seven-year-old truckline, Coffey's Transfer Company, rather than sign Hoffa's contract.
Theater critics granted him Broadway's Most Promising Actor for his role in theater play Truckline Cafe in 1946.
The 12 premises visited yesterday were: TrucKline Services, Anchor Street Huddersfield, AK Autocentre Lower Viaduct, Barry K Ellis Firth Street, Morley Waste Traders, Mold Green, JS Bamforth, Milnsbridge, JB Schofield Linthwaite, Colne Valley Metals SKIP Hire, Triforth Motor Company, Cross Heights TRUCK Parts Limited, Wells and Moorhouse Dismantlers, Meltham.
These interviews are simply extraordinary, from Kevin McCarthy--who understudied him in "Truckline Cafe"--to Eli Wallach, who notes that by rejecting parts when producers came knocking, "That made them all go nuts to get him."
The play was Truckline Cafe, a failed work by Maxwell Anderson that was soon to close, hardly a promising debut for an ambitious actor.
Suddenly he saw Helen struggling to stop her windsurf board being dragged by the tide into the path of a Truckline ferry entering port.
Immediately afterwards he did a stint with Truckline Ferries, but it was plain his heart wasn't in it.
Each time you have a shipment, you do not have to tell us, 'We want a split bag or we need it shipped on this truckline.' We have a profile on each company and we know exactly what each customer wants.
Externally, Master Lock has contracted with a truckline in Iowa to pick up and deliver ordered raw materials from its vendors three times a week.
Harry McDonald, president and chairman of Anchorage-based Carlile Enterprises Inc., says that 1994 was a bit out of the ordinary for his company, which purchased the K&W truckline, formerly based in St.