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captive

noun bondman, bondsman, captivus, cappured person, convict, felon, helot, hostage, imprissned person, incarcerated person, inmate, internee, one held in captivity, one held in confinement, one held in subbegation, pawn, person under arrest, prisoner, slave, thrall, victim
See also: convict, hostage, in custody, inmate, prisoner
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The new Chevrolet Captiva is not bad on road - and the Slovakian roads are not the most hospitable.
Whatever the reason for calling this SUV Captiva, Chevrolet has just taken the wraps off the shining new star of its current range.
The system on Captiva, however, allows power to be directed only to the front wheels under normal driving conditions, yet is clever enough to detect situations where four-wheel drive would be best.
The Captiva, which is built in Korea, is actually arriving early in Ireland and it is due to officially go on sale on June 28, it was originally supposed to be launched in September.
That's the factory we used to know as Daewoo and the Captiva is built on what's known as the Theta platform.
Fujitsu continues to set the bar for the digital imaging industry with its versatile, innovative document scanners, and we are pleased to acknowledge their technology advancements and partner relationship with Pixel Translations," said Jim Vickers, chief marketing officer of Captiva and general manager of Pixel Translations.
Captiva also claims that the integration of QuickAddress technology will reduce the number of errors made when inputting addresses.
And this new Reveille update is fully in-sync with native support for Captiva InputAccel 6.
The balance amount will be contributed by the erosion district, which taxes Captiva property owners for beach projects.
With Captiva and Trax, Chevrolet will offer two very distinct SUVs in Europe, both featuring Chevrolet's iconic design," says Susan Docherty, President and Managing Director of Chevrolet and Cadillac Europe.
The system on Captiva, however, allows power to be directed only to the front wheels under normal driving conditions, yet it is clever enough to detect situations where four-wheel drive would be best.
The new Chevrolet Captiva is not bad on road ( and the Slovakian roads are not the most hospitable.