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jalopy

juh lo pee

  • n  a car that is old and unreliable

  • It boasts enough auto-erotic car-nage to make Grand Theft Auto IV seem, by comparison, like a junkyard jalopy.
  • Last week's rip through Sepulveda Boulevard (where 30 hot rodders condescended to mingle with jalopy racers) was just an impromptu "drag race," a hell-raising skirmish good for .
  • Millions who live unscarred through the jalopy or adolescent stage of life toil for decades to progress from Ford to Pontiac, from Pontiac to Buick, and cannot die happy unless .
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  • Henry Paulson in Forbes
    What Reagan referred to as the 'old jalopy of our tax system' is clogging the US economy highway yet again,Paulson said in an opinion piece appearing in The Wall Street Journal. "The current tax code distorts capital flows, hurting...
  • Jane Fonda in Oneindia
    I talk about them as I'm working out, just to show folks that life goes on after replacements: just like an old jalopy keeps going with new fenders and hubcaps,added Fonda.
  • Edward Markey in FOX News
    High gas prices are hitting families hard, but they're also causing our economy to stall and sputter like a jalopy,Rep. Edward Markey of Massachusetts said.

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