pedestrian


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Synonyms for pedestrian

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In sheer excitement he swore cheerfully--invoking thunder and lightning, explosion and blood, in return for the compliments profusely paid to him by the pedestrian and the pedestrian's son.
The daughter (the elder of the two children) either from compassion or because women are naturally more enduring, remained in bondage to the poet for several years, till she too seized a chance of escape by throwing herself into the arms, the muscular arms, of the pedestrian Fyne.
Almost at once Fyne caught me up and slowed down to my strolling gait which must have been infinitely irksome to his high pedestrian faculties.
The pedestrian Fyne's ideas of a walk were extensive, but the girl did not turn up for lunch, nor yet for tea, nor yet for dinner.
He cut along in his best pedestrian style and I found myself let in for a spell of severe exercise at eleven o'clock at night.
Provisions were extremely scarce; their chief sustenance was portable soup; a meagre diet for weary pedestrians.
No more bombs fell from the windows, the last pedestrians seemed to have vanished from the streets, and our immediate quietude grew more profound; though the gigantic caldron continued to bubble in the distance, dull roars of explosions came to us from all directions, and the smoke-pillars were towering more ominously in the heavens.
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A city employee will be posing as a pedestrian, walking across a marked crosswalk at 16th and Polk - chosen because it's a straight stretch and clearly visible, Marsh said.
Over the years there has been a regular stream of public requests to install speed breakers, walkover bridges, or a pedestrian crossing on the road since it has become extremely unsafe for both drivers and pedestrians.
The Ministry, in coordination with the Traffic General Directorate, has conducted a traffic survey along locations that witnessed pedestrian accidents in the past five years, where it turned out that most accidents occurred at crossings that were supposed to be safe,' said Abdul Latif.
Oblivious pedestrians can avoid Darwin's Law more readily now that mass market automakers Ford and Honda are rolling out pedestrian detection and braking systems.
Of the 21 crashes recorded at this site in the five years to December 2013, three were pedestrian related," Mr Mulder said.
Between 2011 and 2012 alone, pedestrian fatalities increased by 6 percent and cyclist fatalities were up nearly 7 percent.
When will people realise that these pedestrian lights are there for the safety of all pedestrians?