Tracks

(from the article `Australian literature`) ...for the light they shed upon the writers as well as being fine examples of the essay form. Travel writing continued to be published; one of the ...
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tracks

(from the article `tank`) any heavily armed and armoured combat vehicle that moves on two endless metal chains called tracks. Tanks are the principal type of armoured vehicle. ...
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tracks

(timing) The ability to comprehend and execute multiple independent timing elements. A sub-facet of timing skill.
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Tracks

[Transformers] Tracks (Le Sillage in Québec, Puma in Italy) is a character in the Transformers Universes. The name is now too generic to license in recent times; so the toys creator, Hasbro had to add a `modifier` - a prefix to the name in order to use it on their product, in this case the name became `Autobot Tracks` or `Turbo Tracks`. ==...
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TRACKS

Circuit lengths are Half-Mile in America, five furlongs/1000 meters (predominant in Scandinavia and much of Europe) and mile, though the famous 'Grande piste' at Vincennes in Paris is 2000 meters. Racing 'one wide' outside another horse means covering an extra 63 feet (almost 6 lengths) per mile on a half mile track and 47 feet on a five-eights one...
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Tracks

Footprints, in this case left by the foot of an animal.
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Tracks

Footprints, in this case left by the foot of an animal.
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Tracks

The rails on which curtains (tabs) run,
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Tracks

The rails on which curtains (tabs) run,
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Tracks

Tracks is slang for needle marks or injecting scars on the limbs of a drug addict.
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