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someone who drives a bus


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It was the second straight victory for the Busmen against the Myanmar champions following their 2-0 win at Panaad Stadium last March 6.
As it is, the Busmen will now have to make do with their participation in the lower-tier AFC Cup, where they are the reigning Asean zone titlists.
As the Busmen were on the verge of winning the title, Ramsay capped one of the biggest games of his career by completing a hat trick in the 61st minute for a formidable 4-0 spread, which Global Cebu could no longer topple.
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.
On target for the busmen were Mick Dyson and George Washington and the team gave a good account of themselves despite being without key players Craig Fellows, Chris Munroe, Chris Hartwell and Paul Roper.
The Tory transport chairman, Councillor Dr Peris Jones, commended the busmen for their "realism and good sense.
CIE were so worried about their flabby busmen - they hired dance company CoisCeim to help them lose weight.
The Worcester busmen's action is not connected to with the three-day strike of the 2,500 West Midlands Passenger Transport Executive busmen, who are demanding more pay.
As his mum Tracey frantically searched for him, three-year-old Rhys went unchallenged by busmen and shopping centre security staff after he slipped off during a shopping trip.
The Busmen overcame a resolute stand by the Burmese champions for a 2-0 victory that kept them on top of Group F.
Bievenido Maranon, Takumi Uesato and OJ Porteria produced two goals each as the Busmen made good use of the home-field advantage and the inclement weather to tie the most-lopsided victory in the history of the competition.
Already yielding the edge in personnel and experience in the playoff matchup with the Chinese Super League outfit, the Busmen have to also fight travel weariness and the biting cold in Tianjin in the 3:30 p.
1957: There are violent scenes around Britain as the strike by busmen in the English regions enters its fourth day.
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.