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an electrically driven public transport vehicle that runs on rails let into the surface of the road, power usually being taken from an overhead wire
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Machinery a fine adjustment that ensures correct function or alignment
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(in weaving) a weft yarn of two or more twisted strands of silk
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(Thyristor RAM) A static RAM (SRAM) technology from T-RAM Semiconductor Inc., Mountain View, CA (www.t-ram.com) that provides higher densities than the common static RAM chip, which uses six transistors (6T SRAM). T-RAM is based on the Thin Capacitively-Coupled Thyristor (TCCT) process. See thyristor.
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"If you were black, you could sit on the trolley car, smell the popcorn, hear the screams from the roller coaster, and see the lights, but you were not allowed to come in," says Vanessa Smiley, a park ranger at Glen Echo.
The Herald also stated, "it is doubtful if any Kalamazoo transportation company is doing a business which in any measure compares with that done by the trolley car which operates on Westerns campus hillside."
San Francisco is a beautiful city with gorgeous sights, a unique atmosphere--and of course, the historic trolley cars beckon.
Many guests are only interested in riding trolley cars, but green technology draws visitors as well.
Following the ceremony, the wedding party and their guests were transported by trolley cars to The Overlook Deck at The Pointe, a reception area located on the resort Guests enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, a candlelight dinner, and music by Dan Confrey.
A few months latter, I began driving trolley cars for the City of San Francisco.
In ecumenical matters and moral directives, Murray was exceedingly strict, although he was loved as a person of the people who regularly rode the trolley cars. His successor, William O.
Older readers will recall the real sacrifices that were endured during the Second World War when there were no cars to buy, ration buttons for such products as butter and sugar, stickers on car windows for the purchase of rationed gasoline, paper and tire drives, blackouts, wooden parts on buses and trolley cars as replacements for steel needed in the war effort, the draft in full vigor, and gold stars in a neighbor's window, announcing the grim news of the death of a son in battle.
Armand, a local resident and community forestry scholar, brings together b&w photos of Sequoia Park's early days in the 1900s, gatherings, the zoo, performers, trolley cars, redwoods, and other sights, with some photos of the park today.
A typical recommendation was to give spatially efficient trolley cars the right of way.
The trolley cars are back on track, and Magazine Street is alive with quaint restaurants and nightlife.
Also, an ambiguous sexual charge pervaded daily life in cities, as unacquainted blacks and whites apprized each other on sidewalks or jostled each other in trolley cars or the aisles of stores.