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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 was considered the Cadillac of buses in those days.
Tom Plenys, a CCA research and policy manager, says, "Due to a child's developing body and lungs, narrower airways, faster metabolism and faster-than-adult breathing rate, children riding our buses are the most susceptible to the hazards of diesel exhaust.
Your management software should also be able to assist in grouping campers into "zones" or similar areas of the city, enabling you to quickly determine the number of buses required for an area and the campers that should go onto those buses.
For six weeks, the rural district equipped one of its buses with a powerful monitoring system called the Yellow School Bus Program from the wireless service provider Nextel Partners.
As a result, serial interconnects that reduce pin count, simplify board layouts and offer speed, scalability, reliability and flexibility not possible with parallel buses are needed.
In Montgomery, Halberstam wrote, "blacks had, using Gandhian tactics, stayed off the buses and walked to work or carpooled (or forced the middle-class white women for whom they worked as maids to drive over and pick them up each morning).
The buses at Yosemite are powered by diesel engines built by Cummins.
Moreover, they found, older buses and buses driven with the windows closed carry more onboard air pollution than other buses do.
buses are maintained according to chassis, body, and component manufacturers' recommended practices;
The study, conducted by researchers from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), the University of California at Berkeley School of Public Health, and the California-based advocacy group Coalition for Clean Air, suggests that riding diesel-fueled school buses may increase children's risk for cancer and aggravate respiratory problems.
There is more to operating a fleet of school buses than buying a few buses and adhering to the Public Vehicles Act.
Volvo (Nasdaq:VOLV) (STO:VOLVA) (STO:VOLVB), a world leading producer of buses has been present in India since the last 6 years and is today synonymous with the change passengers have experienced in the luxury AC bus inter-city segment in the country.
Department of Transportation commuter buses and Dash buses, Santa Monica's Big Blue Bus and all sorts of other municipal bus lines.
Problem: A small Iowa school district was alarmed at the number of cars passing school buses when the stop arm was out.
A pair of modern controllers have enough combined data bus and data memory bandwidth to transfer data between six 2Gbps back-end FC-AL buses and six 2Gbps front-end Fibre Channel fabrics at full speed, which removes internal bandwidth as a performance bottleneck.