pram


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a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around

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It is also believed the initial idea for the pram rug was suggested by Queen Alexandra herself.
Scientists studied different types of prams and pushchairs in relation to their height, width and the airflow around them.
This phenomenon was highlighted last week when one mum from Cornwall, Gylisa Jane, hit out at 'pram snobbery' on a Facebook post, slamming parents who spent a fortune on flashy pushchairs.
Being a new mother On air, Eimear recalled how each mother was stopped going into the hotel by the general manager and asked could they hand over their prams to be stored in the can lonely...
Just before the bus got to the city's Holburn Street, the mum stood up to take the brake off the pram as she got ready to get off at the next stop.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's three-month-old son will commute in the [pounds sterling]1,450 Silver Cross Balmoral pram.
Midland supercar maker Aston Martin is aiming to produce "the most exclusive pram in the world".
But the Warwickshire luxury car manufacturer's first foray into the PRAM market will set stylish mothers back a cool PS2,000.
Calderdale councillors last night acted after receiving complaints from the Licensing department that pushchairs and prams were being transported in Hackney and private hire vehicles with the child still in the pram.