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When I got in the car this morning, the engine wouldn't startI'm going to take the car to a garage; the engine has been making strange noises.

When I got in the car this morning, the engine wouldn't start. We'd better phone a mechanic.

This weather is getting colder. You'd better leave the engine running to keep it warm.

The airplane was forced to land in a farmer's field after one of the engines caught fire.

The guy at the garage said that the engine needs a major overhaul or we're going to have serious problems.

There's a strange sound coming from the engine. I think it may be a problem with the fan belt.

An American company has started a new train service in town with an old steam engine line.

Elvis Presley once suggested that ambition is a dream with a V8 engine.

During World War Two, the Japanese used shark liver oil in the engines of their fighter planes.

In 1926, the rocket was invented, and in 1934, the jet engine.

The engine in our car needs a few minutes to warm up on cold mornings.

Before the crash of the Concorde airliner in France, witnesses reported seeing one of the engines on fire.

Cola is so strong that you can use it to clean the engine of your car.

The main engine of the economy of the Bahamas is the tourist industry.

Exports constitute the primary engine for Ireland's strong economic growth.

George Santayana once suggested that the universe, as far as we can observe it, is a wonderful and immense engine.

Find someone who knows how to do a tune-up on a car engine.

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