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- noun US, rail transport A normal
railway carwith seats, but no sleeping arrangements.
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So that was a question of daycoach for whites and daycoach for blacks.
And he got into his daycoach -- the Pullmans wouldn't go on until much later -- a mistaken and passionate knight.
The most trying and critical time during the trip was the short wait at the junction, where they transferred to the old daycoach that was attached to the train of structural steel for the Michamac Bridge.
His English is the United States language as spoken by the average citizen to be met on a daycoach anywhere in the Central States.