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  • She traveled with fellow commissioner Abbot Kinney, whose knowledge of Spanish helped them to get by two-horse, double-seated carriage to Indian reservations in the Riverside and San Diego back country.

    Helen Hunt Jackson

  • They were shown in dueling string bikini's chewing gum and peddling their double-seated transport carefree across a beautiful boardwalk on a perfect seaside day.

    Warren Holstein: Five Non-Balloon Boy Hoaxes the Media Missed

  • In the evening he came and lounged on a double-seated ottoman behind her, and she soon found herself answering a string of questions.

    Lady Anna

  • Ocock, who, she knew, would make room for her in her double-seated buggy.

    Australia Felix

  • You can call out your rubber tired taxis, your double-seated hacks.

    Delia (2)

  • Call out the rubber-tired hearses, the double-seated hacks

    Delia

  • He preferred a double-seated buggy, with two sedate horses jogging along at six miles an hour.

    The Man Who Interfered

  • The Lord James, Bothwell, Maitland, Huntly, Argyll, Mar, and Kirkcaldy of Grange all crowded round the double-seated chair of estate, covered with red and yellow taffeta, where Darnley and Mary sat together.

    Mary Queen Of Scotland And The Isles

  • An old double-seated buckboard which had been under one of the Day sheds for a decade, was hauled out and repaired, painted and varnished, new cushions made, and on occasion the family went to drive about the country.

    Janice Day at Poketown

  • The valves are conical, double-seated, and of cast iron, and the inlet and outlet valves are placed the one above the other, the seats being also conically ground and inserted through the cover of the valve chest.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 344, August 5, 1882

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