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How do you use the word automobile in a sentence?

The automobile drove into a mail box. Some early forms of the automobile were started with a crank.

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What is governor used in automobiles?

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When was the first computer used in an automobile?

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What is useful life of an automobile?

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What does ERR-null passed mean for automobile mileage?

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What was the IRS 2007 Business mileage allowance?

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Is truck use automobile governor?

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