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Synonyms for bus

the topology of a network whose components are connected by a busbar

a car that is old and unreliable

send or move around by bus

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ride in a bus

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remove used dishes from the table in restaurants

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It's a fun bus to drive,'' said Trelby Geoffray, a 48-year-old Realtor from Tehachapi, who rode the bus as a girl when it was owned by the neighboring Muroc Joint Unified School District -- and then drove it when she worked as a school bus driver for the Mojave district.
The EPA began the Clean School Bus USA program in 2003 to reduce children's exposure to diesel exhaust and to reduce the amount of air pollution created by diesel school buses.
Sorting the campers should be flexible and using "drag and drop" functionality is likely the most efficient way to assign a camper to a bus.
But while this pilot program was free, to actually install the system would have cost $4,000 per bus, by McCarthy's estimates, though he adds that prices have since dropped substantially.
The original PCI bus was designed to support 2D graphics, higher-performance disk drives and local network.
In Montgomery, most of the bus company's customers were black and they had long resented having to board the bus in the back and give up their seats for whites.
For example, with the windows open, a 30-year-old bus in the study generated twice as much onboard pollution as a 10-year-old bus did.
The Bus Story and the Frog Story, are contrasted in terms of measures of length (number of words in the story), errors (tense errors) as well as the use of evaluative devices (Bamberg and Damrad-Frye's 1991).
Carol Singleton, a west-side Evanston resident and former district bus driver who drove her daughter's bus to Willard last year, said the route took 15 to 25 minutes.
Other parts, such as plastic windows, seat frames, or wheelchair-lift components, will have to be ordered from the bus manufacturer.
The researchers estimate that for a child riding a school bus one hour each day, the cancer risk would be roughly 23-46 cases per million children, says Solomon.
1) Therefore, in the earlier bus scenario, the question becomes whether the officers' movement of the bags in the overhead rack constitutes a meaningful interference with the passenger's possessory interests in the bag.
Palangio recalls that prior to the mid-1970s the school bus business was highly competitive and, as a result, many operators were undercapitalizing their fleets in order to remain competitive.
While offering the award, the jury commented, "Volvo city bus deserves a special recognition for changing the overall outlook of the commuters towards city travel.
Except for a couple of ``emergencies,'' I left my car at home and traveled this city by bus for 30 extremely long days.