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Example sentences for trolley

We have plenty of experience in this in trolley and mining and both gave way a century ago to far more eff electric power.
Two servants carried in a tea trolley and placed it before the newcomer.
Suppose there is a runaway trolley car on a line that cannot be stopped, but it can be switched onto a branch line.
Jenny, a green trolley car with a human face, had a furrowed brow when her wheel buckled and she got stuck on a track.
Explore the second-oldest continuously-inhabited settlement in the country aboard a historic trolley.
Never mind the ballot box: vote with your supermarket trolley instead.
The subject of the study is challenged with thought experiments involving a runaway railway trolley or train carriage.
He had to be lifted onto the trolley on which he was to die, and then strapped down.
Trolley tracks and electric lines running down the middle of the street, however, are a promise: a line runs here.
But once seated, the stylish drinks trolley reminded the fashion travellers that this was no ordinary airplane ride.
The unifying image is that of the trolley, and the trolley is on a shuttle run.
They may be one of the best-known historic rail systems in the world, but they are not this city's only old trolley line.
Some overhead wires of the trolley lines were pulled down, too.
There was a dance hall, theater, trolley line and steamboats.
Metro to study possible alternatives for aging electric trolley buses.
Transportation inside the park will be provided by four trolley lines: green, red, and blue.
To learn more about each area, click on a trolley route in the map below.
Buses and the trolley are perceived as equally reliable.

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