Uvar Ivanovitch was reposing in the attic on a wide and comfortable divan, known as a 'samo-son' or 'dozer.'
Danny was standing up at the controls of the 'dozer, waving his arms.
His crew was struggling to get a log set so he could shove it into place with the 'dozer.
No boisterous arguments from snuff-taking sexagenarians: all is placid —Eden-like—just as a dozer's sanctorum ought to be!
If it's directed to knock over some little house loved by generations, that's no fault of the dozer.
The old waiter is a picture every frequenter will recognise, and the smoking a dozer no unusual bit of a spree.
Instantly the rockets cut off, drums of fuel and air and food came out of the cargo-hatch and Pop swept forward with the dozer.