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- n. A person employed to drive people around in a bus.
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- n. someone who drives a bus
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And … if I led you to believe, Mrs. Federick, that "— and now he looked from me to her and back again —" that … uh, that the other bus driver I was telling you about would approve of me … you know, riding your bus … well, obviously, I've got a lot of time invested with that bus driver.
Carmen, a bus driver who attended one of my presentations in New York, got excited when she learned about the studies that showed horse chestnut seed extract could shrink the swelling of varicose veins as well as compression-hose therapy while also actually decreasing ankle circumference in women with varicose veins chronic venous insufficiency—all this while improving vascular function throughout the entire body.
Well, here we are in the fine little city of Reedly, the bus driver was announcing.
When we were seniors, Mother St. Margaret locked the door of the classroom, looked out the window to make sure that Wilfred, the house eunuch, combination bus driver and general repair man, who lived over the carriage house, was nowhere within earshot.
After the boy spliced the reel back together, the movie took up again, to show a tadpole called a sperm traveling through a heart-shaped womb while a bus driver voice called out the destinations: "vagina," "cervix," "uterus."