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  • n. Plural form of cablecar.


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  • During a routine flight Taya performs a daring rescue of an Exalted and her child from the wireferry, the city transportation system (think cablecars) when it is damaged by a terrorist bombing.

    “Clockwork Heart” by Dru Pagliassotti

  • “He usually rides [the cablecars] on Sunday down to the Powell Street turnaround … He likes to check and see how the tourists are being treated.”

    Incognito mayor catches naughty cablecar conductors | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"

  • The sky in Fiesch is very busy, with several paragliders sailing down, cablecars going up and down, low clouds moving swiftly in and out, and a magnificent moon calmly climbing higher.


  • Two cablecars run up and down constantly so there was no really long waiting time, we just had to wait for the car coming down to unload passengers and then we were off.

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