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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of passenger.
- adj. Loaded with passengers.
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Did I ever mention the time novelist Sarah Gilbert and I drove (well, she drove; I passengered) to O'Connor's peacock farm?
A two-passengered groundcar and two men, widely apart, and yet bound for the same destination ....
Tony Blair sent British troops into Afghanistan in 2001, only weeks after the passengered bombs flew into the World Trade Centre.
AllHeadlineNews. com reports that Continental Airlines conducted a test flight of an non-passengered Boeing 737-800 on January 7, 2009 using a new alternative fuel based on algae and Jatropha feedstocks, which are both non-food plants.
The start to the race meeting was reasonably low key with the team providing the Mayor of Hamilton, Mr Bob Simcock with the ride of his life as he passengered in the #111 FG Falcon, driven by Fabian Coulthard for a hot lap around the tight street circuit.
While not the only means for generating revenue, the main source of income for the business comes primarily from operating a passengered tricycle in their community.
Monday mornings are always hellish affairs (especially when it’s rainy, windy, and sick passengered like mine was last Monday) but leave it to Joe and the Art of Coffee in Grand Central to give me a mood uplift from Tumbador Chocolates!