bodywork bodywork


  1. (n) the exterior body of a motor vehicle
  2. (n) the work of making or repairing vehicle bodies


  1. No suspension, no bodywork, no windshield.
  2. Detailed Ride The motorcyle comes with carbon fiber bodywork, a handstitched seat and a matching watch worth $20,000.
  3. Others try to scratch themselves by rubbing against autos, with unfortunate results for the bodywork.


  1. Transformation Wellness opens in Troy

    Transformation Wellness Center, which focuses on treating causes of health problems to promote long-term wellness, opened at 1147 E. Long Lake, Ste. 2, in Troy, with a ribbon cutting ceremony in May. The center employs skilled, experienced health-care practitioners offering massage therapy, advanced bodywork, occupational therapy, nutritional counseling and planning, holistic psychotherapy ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Oakland Press

  2. Prancers plan downtown parade

    Organizers admit it’s “a wacky event.” Yet they think a “Prancercise Parade” planned for Saturday at 10 a.m. may be just what the doctor ordered. Participants are encouraged to wear costumes — or, for the less adventurous, exercise clothes — and meet at the parking lot across from Northwest Georgia Neuromuscular Bodywork and Wellness at 110 W. Waugh St. The idea? Prance around downtown and over ...
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Dalton Daily Citizen


  • "The start of the European season is the first opportunity to make significant changes to the car and the Spanish Grand Prix will see the first step in our development programme," said Brawn. "In addition to a major aerodynamic and bodywork...
    on Apr 30, 2010 By: Ross Brawn Source: Formula 1

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