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minibus

a small bus able to carry approximately ten passengers
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One Year 6 pupil said: "I'm really looking forward to going on the new minibus to the sports village so I can use the running machine and the running track".
Luxury minibus stations will also be observed round-the- clock with cameras which were set various points of the stations.
A quiz night, sponsored Snowdon climb, bag pack and marshalling the Coventry Fun Run have all been held as part of the fundraising drive - but there is a chance these efforts will not be enough to purchase another minibus.
Two other children, one from the minibus and a 14-year-old boy, have also been taken to Alder Hey.
Horsfall said: "Tennis can be a very lonely and individual sport and Nick and I felt that the purchase of the minibus would create more of a team atmosphere for the players when travelling to and playing in tournaments.
Minibus taxis have long been the major mode of transport for over 90% of Malawians, most of whom do not own personal means of transportation.
In the minibus were two adults and six children, aged between eight and 11.
Victoria Specialist Arts College's minibus is the second of four minibuses supported by Investec following fundraising from the 2013 Investec Ashes Cycle Challenge, which raised over PS250,000 for the Lord's Taverners and a number of charities last summer.
The minibus then hit a cement block and rolled over.
If she has a minibus she wants me to do, I'll do my best," Reid said when asked about Mikulski's plan to bundle some of the bills.
Traffic was brought to a complete standstill as the police were forced to close the carriageway for more than half an hour on safety grounds as thick clouds of smoke billowed from the minibus.
The minibus, used by Dinas Powys Voluntary Concern, is out of action after thieves stole the catalytic converter while it was locked in a council compound.