Runabout

[series] Runabout is a series of destruction-themed driving games developed by Climax Entertainment. The games in the series were released on PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Dreamcast. == Overview == Runabout`s main mission has always been that the player drive from A to B and pickup this or deliver that {awkward|date=January 2012}. The earl
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[Transformers] Runabout is the name of two fictional characters from the Transformers series. Due to trademark issues, the most recent toy incarnation of the character is named Over-Run. ==Transformers: Generation 1== The first Runabout formed one half of the Battlecharger duo with Runamuck. Runabout is not the brains of the Battlechargers,
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two-seater noun an open automobile having a front seat and a rumble seat
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(from the article `motorboat`) Motorboats come in many types. The outboard runabout, or motor launch, is a fairly small open boat with seats running laterally across the width of ...
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[car] Runabouts were a popular car body style at the beginning of the 20th Century. They were small, inexpensive, open cars. Most runabouts had just a single row of seats, providing seating for two passengers. Many also had a tonneau at the rear to provide optional seating for four or five. In the vintage vehicle era, nearly half of all car
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Runabout

[Star Trek] The Danube class vessels are larger than shuttlecraft seen in previous series of Star Trek, but significantly smaller than previously depicted starships. They operate with a crew of two to four, and are equipped with warp drive, transporters, and accommodation for long-duration missions. Several were assigned to the space statio
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[boat] A runabout is any small motorboat holding between four and eight people, well suited to moving about on the water. Runabouts can be used for racing, for pleasure activities like fishing and water skiing, or as a ship`s tender for larger vessels. Some common runabout boats are bow rider, center console, cuddy boat and walkaround. == H
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Runabout

[carriage] A horse-drawn runabout is a four-wheeled vehicle for informal, utilitarian travel or "running about" and getting things done. Sometimes called a "driving wagon", it is essentially very light in order to be easily hitched by one person, and easily pulled over long distances by a single horse. A typical example was the light buggy
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