double decker

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double decker

A two-story house that provides living quarters for two families; it has one apartment on each floor and a separate entrance for each family.
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Summer Holiday tells the story of Don and his fellow London Transport mechanics as they journey together in a red doubledecker bus through Paris, the Alps, Italy and Greece.
A GRANDAD will try to beat the world record he set at 26 by jumping over 20 doubledecker buses on a motorbike.
DYNAMO: MAGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE Dave, 9pm HE'S the man who has 'levitated' from the side of a doubledecker bus and converted lottery tickets into bank notes live on TV.
A BUS driver has been charged after a doubledecker crashed into a bridge at a hospital, injuring six passengers.
EIGHT people were injured when a doubledecker bus crashed into an overhead walkway at an Edinburgh hospital.
Set against a backdrop of blue sky and blazing sunshine, the doubledecker buses lining Ladbroke Grove lowered their sound systems as onlookers stood in quiet reflection against the length of the carnival route in west London.
Prabhu has proposed to run doubledecker trains -- Utkrisht Double- Decker Air Conditioned Yatri (UDAY) -- on the busiest routes.
Two pensioners badly injured by a doubledecker bus were yesterday showing signs of improvement.
Three men died and a fourth was badly injured when a doubledecker coach hit a broken-down car on the hard shoulder on the M1 near Flitwick, Beds.
Tens of thousands of people see the Philippine tourism ads wrapped around City Sights doubledecker buses that make a loop around New York's Times Square, Washington's Jefferson Memorial, Philadelphia's Liberty Bell and Miami's South Beach, among other popular spots, he said.
According to reports, Humayun's car collided with a doubledecker bus.
The barging and elbowing to get on first, the banal chatter of people on their mobile phones, the jolting of the doubledecker and the nauseating smell of take-away food being scoffed made it an experience that I shall not rush to repeat.