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  • This is because the two engine units are more than just power bogies.
  • Bogy, now, was a character one did not care to think about too near bed-time. Cited from The Peace Egg and Other tales, by Juliana Horatia Ewing
  • Eight minutes later, she went to general quarters, and enemy bogies were reported.
  • This had two four-wheel-drive bogies each with its own engine.
  • Upward movement of either set of bogies would force the other down through the spring.
  • These larger competing units work against bogies of the same character as do the individual ones. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • Power cars at each end of the trains have their own bogies.
  • If you keep bogies and goblins away from children they would make them up for themselves. Cited from Tremendous Trifles, by G.K. Chesterton
  • Previous records often make successful bogies, and should be more extensively employed. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • For these, often the bogies are replaced, even if it takes much more time than having passengers change trains.
  • She played all four rounds without any bogies and create a new record for woman in golf history.
  • Some late vehicles also had all-steel road wheels on the first couple of bogies on each side.
  • To save cost and weight, each carriage has only four bogies.
  • For this reason through carriages between the two countries must have their bogies changed at the border.
  • The cars also included a flat floor for the first time, rather than having a raised section over the motor bogies.
  • "I used to believe in all the bogies at one time." Cited from The Heavenly Twins, by Madame Sarah Grand
  • This will also bring significant cost savings as the bogies don't need to be replaced.
  • The tank was carried by five double wheel bogies on each side.
  • Above all, the bogy must be fair and within the power of the man to accomplish. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • It flashed across me that never again could the bogies and false gods of society rule me. Cited from The Fifth Wheel, by Olive Higgins Prouty
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Words starting with bogy

Meaning of bogy

  • noun An unidentified (and possibly enemy) aircraft