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  • n. Plural form of pushchair.


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  • 'The thing that astonished me,' said Sheila (I'm paraphrasing), 'was that there were ordinary people there ... mums in pushchairs and so on and there's all this glass everywhere.'

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I'm proud to tell you that I marched to Stansted with a group women and babies in pushchairs led by a samba (drum) band, shouting 'Save our children, no more runways.

    Lord Haw Haw Rules The Airwaves

  • Reading Shop7 The Parade, Oadby, Leicestershire LE2 5BB, 0116-271 7077By providing more than 2,000 children's books in sections colour-coded by reading stage, a rocking horse, colouring corner and toys to play with, the Reading Shop has tailored its offering to younger readers while leaving plenty of space for parents and pushchairs.

    Independent bookshops in Central England

  • However, given the number of teenagers we saw with pushchairs, the same can't be said of the local girls.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Crowds of onlookers drawn by media reports and social networks watched from the fringes, many with children and toddlers in pushchairs.

    London riots: conflagration and carnage in the capital and beyond

  • True to the form of this kind of film, it invokes vox pops from newly-installed residents to praise the ramped underpasses ideal for pushchairs, and pans lovingly across (unvaryingly white) children at play while their mothers shop.

    January « 2008 « Squares of Wheat

  • I suppose using mothers to load their pushchairs with explosives and blow them, their babies and anyone nearby to pieces would also be brilliant adaptation - would it?

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Children under 6 years of age a maximum of 3 children on ferries, prams/pushchairs and luggage as well as one dog travel with the pass holder free of charge.

    Pay parking taxes spike to more than 35 per cent « Stephen Rees's blog

  • Unfortunately, the bus at the stop is decanting its entire cargo of bemused-looking passengers: a woman in an electric wheelchair has parked it right in front of two buses side by side, blocking the traffic back up to Kennington, in protest at not being allowed on a bus already jampacked with passengers and pushchairs.

    A blockage at the Elephant « Squares of Wheat

  • I motored around Goole trying to get a vantage point, driving down dead-end streets, doing three point turns and frightening mothers with pushchairs.

    Cool Goole No 2


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