- v. Simple past tense and past participle of tow.
“* A woman in Cardiff is outraged after her car was towed from a disabled parking bay to make way for the Prince of Wales*A civil claim has been lodged against South Wales Police*MP calls for 'normal lives' for those living in city centre”
“A disabled woman in Cardiff has expressed outrage after her car was towed from a disabled parking bay to make way for the Royal visit.”
“The red convertible, towed from a no-parking zone downtown July 12, had been hauled to one municipal lot and later to another, gathering dust for 10 days (average daily high: 92 degrees) until a city worker caught a foul whiff from the car and dialed the police.”
“Jeff (Joel McHale) and his study-group pals participate in a flight-simulation competition with another local college; the gang gets stranded on board when the shuttle is towed from the school parking lot.”
“And a man who ran alongside a tow truck, pleading to get his vehicle back after it was towed from a fire lane, died when he slipped and was run over by the truck and then his own Chevrolet Suburban.”
“I did exactly what I was told and was able to have the car towed from the pensión de gruas to my mechanic that same day.”
“Brother Patrick!" he called towed the outer office, and climbed wearily to his feet.”
“The yacht will now be towed from the Greek port of Piraeus back to Basra province, the government said.”
“More than 100 were "towed" during one period in spring 2008 for what transportation coordinator Derek Meier described as "illegal, interference-causing parking.”
“I thought the whole reason the Earth had to be "towed" home by the Tardis was because all the others had already been sent back to their original locations - before they could send Earth back, the device doing all the sending ran out of power?”
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