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someone who drives a bus


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His work on the London busmen was carried out in the late 1940s, and eventually published in a landmark study in The Lancet in 1953.
The Tory transport chairman, Councillor Dr Peris Jones, commended the busmen for their "realism and good sense.
Many can still remember the familiar sight of the grey Army lorries lining the quays of Dublin to get workers to and from work when busmen went on strike.
1957: There are violent scenes around Britain as the strike by busmen in the English regions enters its fourth day.
1957: Bus dispute turns violent There have been violent scenes around Britain as the strike by busmen in the English regions enters its fourth day.
ButMelthamwill get the nod if a head-to-head countback is required because as they have beaten the busmen twice in their previous encounters.
A driver refused to work with him after busmen decided to withdraw their objection to doing so if the Transportation Committee agreed to meet their representatives
The hilarious and thought-provoking story of three generations of Belfast busmen was a box-office smash at Edinburgh this summer and now Irish audiences will have the chance to see the show for themselves when it runs in the Ambassador from Tuesday, October 7 to 24.
In the final they met Great Eastern who pulled back from 1-3 against Merseybus to take a 4-3 lead through Buck Timmis, Billy Duckers then brought the Busmen level but a 72 finish from Great Eastern skipper Geoff Baker won the decider.
70s 1975 Newcastle busmen this afternoon blacked the giant Longbenton estate after an attack on a driver.
More than 40 busmen and women, pictured in fancy dress, crawled through the pubs of Middlesbrough town centre in June 1981 to raise a staggering pounds 1,500 for Imperial Cancer Research.
Other lucky West Bromwich busmen included Sarjit Singh, from Wolverhampton, Roy Smith, from Halesowen, John Guest, from Walsall, William Jones, from West Bromwich and, Phil Hay, also from West Bromwich.
The result, combined with three points awarded to the busmen after a recent ineligibility issue, took First to the top of Division II, one point clear of Waterloo, who have three games in hand.
The TV comedy show On the Buses had nothing on us, but I'll bet there are plenty of busmen out there who can go one better
The Coventry-based busmen, who go under the stage name of The Full Wumpty, have raised thousands of pounds since they first did their own tongue- in-cheek version of The Full Monty.