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  • v. Simple past of rickshaw.
  • v. Past participle of rickshaw


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  • From there, I rickshawed across town -- a fast two kilometers of dust -- to have a Coca Cola in a Bob Marley music bar, before facing the crowds at the Taj.

    Karin Badt: Taj Mahal and Love (x)

  • I rickshawed --- with all my luggage --- around this active tiny town, searching for a hotel, and wondering how it is that most people do not use the Lonely Planet in the correct way.

    Karin Badt: Clips from India: Rameswaram (i)

  • He had rolled them high at Monte Carlo and watched the Durbar at Delhi and taken Tea on the Terrace at Shepheard's in Cairo and rickshawed through Japan and ridden the surf in Honolulu, while his Name was a Household Word among the Barmaids of the Ice

    Knocking the Neighbors

  • After the breakdown of my prancing steed -- rickshawed from the barber's to the Marina.

    From Edinburgh to India & Burmah


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