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  • n. Plural form of trolley.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trolley.


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  • We took 2 tours on trolleys from the same street as the hotel (a bit of a walk to the trolley though).

    Best route, P�tzcuaro to Ixmiquilpan, Hidalgo?

  • He sees the burgeoning urban interest in trolleys and other light rail, which often blocks car lanes and contributes to ground-level congestion, as "insane."

    Back to the Future

  • But Metro and downtown tourism officials hope the "trolleys" - actually just buses gussied up with trolley images - will get people taking mass transit to such downtown haunts as City Top News Headlines

  • But Metro and downtown tourism officials hope the "trolleys" - actually just buses gussied up with a graphic "wrap" featuring trolley images - will get more people to take mass transit to such downtown haunts as City Museum, America's Center and the Old Courthouse. Top News Headlines

  • Round the engine and at the starting-place of the trolleys was a busy crowd: lean and bronzed Canadians; women in leather breeches and coats, busily measuring and marking; a team of horses showing silvery white against the purple of the hill; and everywhere the German prisoner lads, mostly quite young and of short stature.


  • Americans are looking into alternative modes of transportation such as trolleys, trains, subways, and buses, which all showed a ridership increase, with the largest growth in major cities.

    As gas prices increase, consumption decreases

  • The Fox version seems only lightly adulterated the jousting contestants, while still riding shopping "trolleys" rather than "carts", suddenly became Americans, but has even shittier captioning.

    Fox's Banzai - Anil Dash

  • She saw the "trolleys" fly past her in quick succession, and it seemed to her they whizzed jeeringly at her as they sped.

    The Governess

  • Large items that are usually steam-cleaned, such as trolleys, wheelchairs and bed frames can all be cleaned in an ultrasonic bath.

    Manufacturingtalk - manufacturing industry news

  • It’s remarkable how all the Stuff White People Like, such as trolleys and bike lanes, work better in a town full of white people like Portland than in a huge city full of non-SWPLs like Los Angeles.

    Matthew Yglesias » Transportation Infrastructure in the Stimulus


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