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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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in the direction of the National Palace of Culture for bus lines a 204 and 304.
19, five shuttle bus lines will be operated, which include the same three lines as on Feb.
Also, service hours on the #16 South Claiborne bus line will be extended to 24 hours to match the 24-hour service on the #39 Tulane line.
Many researchers have investigated the optimization methods of the solo bus network over the past few decades and most of them focused on the optimization of bus lines and timetabling [1-3].
(v) All bus lines have two fixed departure intervals, one for peak period and one for off-peak period, whereby the first one is smaller than the second one.
24, makipag-ugnayan na po kayo sa bus lines at sea lines.
Locals had warned him that the bus lines allow PA residents to enter Israel illegally with virtually no effort.
Palestinian-only bus lines will be effective from Monday to prevent Palestinian labourers with official Israeli work permits from boarding buses with Jewish passengers.
Bus safety advocates say the appearance of such inexpensive, well-regulated bus lines is a public benefit.
In September, for example, the MTA eliminated 4 percent of its bus lines. Meanwhile, subway ridership has been dropping.
Sit back in your seat and watch the scenery fly by instead of gripping the wheel and dodging RVs with the small bus lines of Alaska.
Located near the Garden State Parkway and New Jersey Transit bus lines, the property currently offers 6,158 s/f of availability.
"In comparison, getting 20 seconds on [Colombian television channel] RCN could cost as much as $12,500." Travel Marketing--which posted $250,000 in sales in 2005 and expects to hit $700,000 in the year ahead--has signed deals with the biggest inter-city bus lines, including Expreso Bolivariano and Expreso Trejos, which have a half million and 150,000 travelers each day, respectively.