Definition of Carriages. Meaning of Carriages. Synonyms of Carriages

Definition of Carriages. Meaning of Carriages. Synonyms of Carriages

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Definition of Carriages

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Meaning of Carriages from wikipedia

- railway carriages, and was extended to cover automobile around the end of the nineteenth century, when early models were called horseless carriages. A carriage...
- A carriage house, also called a remise or coach house, is an outbuilding which was originally built to house horse-drawn carriages and the related tack...
- spelled jarvie). In 19th century London, private carriages were commonly sold off for use as hackney carriages, often displaying painted-over traces of the...
- the design included hand cranks mounted at the front wheel.The invalid carriage or Bath chair brought the technology into more common use from around 1760...
- wife about the party and is roused from sleep when his wife sees some carriages approaching their house. He at once remembers the dinner party that he...
- for hire is a cabdriver. Hansom cab Cabriolet (automobile) Types of carriages "At about ten o'clock in the evening I drove with Mr Eastlake, in a...
- design following the Pullman American influence. "Carriage Database Search Results". Vintage Carriages Trust.  Haresnape 1987, pp. 52, 151–152. Haresnape...
- proposed designs: Two-port with carriages, suitable for use as an internal combustion engine. Four-port without carriages, suitable for use as a pneumatic...
- 18-year-old Edward Oxford attempted to ********inate her while she was riding in a carriage with Prince Albert on her way to visit her mother. Oxford fired twice,...
- Lord Brougham.In time, second-hand clarences came to be used as hackney carriages, earning the nickname 'growler' from the sound they made on London's cobbled...
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