- n. Plural form of minibus.
“But the minibuses are a cheap, never-ending flood -- a quasi-regulated necessity born of a Cairo whose population jumped from 6.8 million in 1996 to more than 17 million today.”
“(d) Special purpose vehicles - such as minibuses, ambulances, water or fuel tankers, mobile workshops, dump trucks, tractors, graders, required for various programme sectors.”
“There was havoc on Lansdowne Road when we pulled up in the minibuses on Sunday afternoon and saw the ruin of a building that had survived the blitz still smouldering as a result of the violence.”
“An unseemly scramble to get a place on one of the two minibuses ensued.”
“I get collected at the far end of the departures level, where the minibuses stop (infrequently) to collect aircrew.”
“After the RTA negotiated a contract with Veolia Transportation to operate the city's transit system in 2008, Lil' Easy minibuses were introduced in 2009 in Gentilly, Lakeview and the Lower Ninth Ward.”
“The refugees came in a convoy of about 20 minibuses and some rushed on foot across the border, to be met by Turkish soldiers and escorted to nearby camps.”
“Near the police headquarters, however, more than 20 unmarked minibuses lined one street, and sporadically these vehicles would depart the area with police officers inside.”
“Wrapped with blankets, victims' caskets were carried on minibuses through Baghdad's streets Monday while women wailed and beat their chests.”
“Witnesses said refugees crossed the border in minibuses and on foot, while the Turkish military presence had increased significantly.”
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