And we revert to form and complain about how our political leaders bailed out AIG or the auto industry.
Having a job on an auto assembly line makes you a maker, not a taker, and Romney and the Republicans forgot that.
But the president mentioned the auto industry and that somehow I would be in favor of jobs being elsewhere.
Throughout the day on Thursday, auto manufacturers reported their December sales.
So, too, were auto sales, and not just among Japanese automakers still struggling with post-tsunami shortages.
"And a lap robe was taken from our auto about the same time," added Bert.
“It will do my auto good to have me ride in it,” said the bunny uncle.
But I thought that was why you scorned the auto coming out to Cambridge—because you didn't wish to ride with Elinor.
Those who drive down in the carriage can go home in the auto, so they will all get a ride.
The approximate date of the next play, the auto da Barca do Inferno, is certain.
word-forming element meaning "self, one's own, by oneself," from Greek auto- "self, one's own," combining form of autos "self, same," of unknown origin. Before a vowel, aut-; before an aspirate, auth-. In Greek also used as a prefix to proper names, e.g. automelinna "Melinna herself." The opposite prefix would be allo-.
auto- or aut-
Self; same: autogamy.
A prefix meaning "oneself," as in autoimmune, producing antibodies or immunity against oneself. It also means "by itself, automatic," as in autonomic, governing by itself.