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Synonyms for cabby

someone who drives a taxi for a living

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Brush your teeth and have bath everyday," taxi regulator tells cabbies looking for jobs in Dubai.
So far, Delhi Police have booked 50 cabbies under section 188 of the IPC for ignoring safety of women in south Delhi areas, including Greater Kailash, Safdurjung Enclave, etc.
Is it any wonder the travelling public no longer view the good old British cabbie with the respect and esteem they used to?
Mellor, 65, told his audience, which includes many taxi drivers: "I can't think what possessed me to lose it with that cabbie the way I did.
The supervisor has denied the charge of criminal complicity, saying he was not aware that the cabbie had a girl with him.
Officers then arrested the cabbie as he handed over the prescription-only drugs.
Asif Ali a registered cabbie said the fake cabbies put vehicles on the roads without paying a single penny.
But the video, posted on the LiveLeak website on Sunday, shows he still isn't finished as the cabbie flees - and aiming a punch at the windscreen.
A LUCKY cabbie has scooped pounds 1,000 in time for Christmas after bagging a top prize in a competition.
The cabbie pulled out his own pistol and exchanged fire with Myles, hitting the suspect at least three times.
Any cabbie who collected 12 points within a year would have their licence reviewed.
In the worst attack, a cabbie was struck in the face with an iron bar after picking up a man in Lutwyche Road at Windsor about 6 p.
Some are surprised and say that I do not look like a cabbie," the cheerful working retiree giggles.
The "frightening attack" happened after the cabbie picked up two men in their early 20s from Pontypridd railway station and drove them to Park Street, Penrhiwceiber.
Drivers foot the cost of gas -- which they deduct on tax returns -- but cabbie Conrad David has an edge: He drives his own car, a Toyota Prius.