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  • The plates, which typically adorn a beam running across the top of an elevator cab's exterior, identify the manufacturer.

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  • "The middle part, if it's lit, means the cab's available, but the parts on the outside, if they're lit, mean the cab is not available," said David Yassky , commissioner of the Taxi and Limousine Commission.

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  • Typical of the show are Alberto Borea's simplistic wall installation of a rainbow made out of hundreds of colored plastic shopping bags; Hatuey Ramos-Fermin's trite "Transmit Transit" (2010), which consists of a chopped-off car roof and speakers blaring the sounds of a livery cab's dispatch radio; and Lisa Iglesias's flamboyant "Always and Forever" (2010), a giant nameplate necklace made of "scavenged" cardboard.

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  • A second video, recorded by a livery cab's camera, shows Mr. Lastorino in the back seat.

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  • As Travis tools down a lamp lit avenue there's montage of disparate night scenes and sounds that we glimpse in the cab's mirrors and from Travis' points of view.


  • An officer on patrol nearby arrived to find Mr. Enright sprawled out on the street, having fallen after climbing out one of the cab's back windows.

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  • People could shop for groceries or buy movie tickets, he said, then pay for them using the cab's credit-card reader.

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  • Frankly, I expect a cabbie in Nice, France to try to rob me blind for putting a bike in his cab's trunk. or an Italian man walking up to my girlfriend, asking if she like's it in the ass.

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  • The cab's owner, Abdul Dil was only a block away from home when he got stuck at 2 a.m.

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  • News of the London cab's new route to France comes after the British company London Taxis International, part of the Manganese Bronze group that has produced more than 100,000 taxis at its Coventry plant since 1948, began exporting the vehicle to Saudi Arabia last year.

    Black cabs in Paris? Sorry, I don't go south of the Channel, mate


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