- n. Plural form of taxicab.
“Would that be for passengers, eg passengers in taxicabs, etc.?”
“K-cab is a SMS-based service for calling taxicabs, which is available in Iwate prefecture.”
“I love reading those ridiculous “Riders’ Bill of Rights” things posted in taxicabs throughout the country.”
“The city has reserved two spots for taxicabs, which is about six spots too few for the demand.”
“That's important to Atlanta's $11 billion hospitality community because conventioneers fill hotel rooms, dine at restaurants and use services such as taxicabs, contributing to the city's bottom line.”
“Tall buildings, taxicabs weaving in and out of traffic, and an incalculable number of people everywhere.”
“Imagine, The Great Race, only with no other contestants but me, and the great wilderness -- the bustling streets of New York with its legions of yellow taxicabs charging through the traffic.”
“We recognize that there are various modes oftransportation in New York City: railroads, subways, buses, cars and trucks, taxicabs, motorcycles, ferries, pedicabs, bicycles and travel by foot.”
“We recognize that there are various modes ofÂtransportation in New York City: railroads, subways, buses, cars and trucks, taxicabs, motorcycles, ferries, pedicabs, bicycles and travel by foot.”
“INFORM wants to use on - and off-line outreach to get its short films onto screens everywhere, including schools, hospitals, state and municipal governments, planes and taxicabs, movie theaters and faith-based communities.”
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