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Transport services
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Transport services: Public service for locomotion and transportation
Transportational
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Transportational: Of or pertaining to transportation, regarding conveyance
Tyson
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Tyson: Madly and insanely angry especially in respect of sport event (referring to the boxer Mike Tyson, for example: "He was absolutely Tyson in the Monday Night Hockey
Unsportsmanlike
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Unsportsmanlike: Not following the rules of fairness (Sports) having no concern for general principles of fairness and honor
Vascular plant
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Vascular plant: Plant that has specialized cells to transport water or mineral salts and sugars within its tissues
Wakeboarding
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Wakeboarding: Watersport of riding on a short and very wide buoyant board ridden in the same way as a surfboard and pulled by a motorboat
Water based
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Water based: Having water as its main component((of a substance or solution) done or performed on water (of a sport activity)
Water bus
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Water bus: Small ship or boat that serves as a shuttle to transport passengers vaporetto, motorboat used as public transportation along the canals in Venice (Italy)
Waterage
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Waterage: Transport of goods over water routes payment for transport of goods over water routes
Watersport
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Watersport: Athletic activity designed to be played in or on the water
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