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pillion

 [pil´yon]
a temporary artificial lower limb.

pillion

(pĭl′yŭn) [L. pellis, skin]
A temporary form of artificial leg, esp. a peg-leg type of stump.
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Col Saeed Al Alaikam, Director of the Traffic and Patrols Department in Ras Al Khaimah, said the deceased's 16-year-old daughter who was riding pillion was also injured in the accident.
But there was Rudi, riding pillion and smiling away as we chugged up Sixth Avenue.
Ras Al Khaimah: A 32-year-old man riding a motorcycle was killed and a man riding pillion with him injured after their motorcycle rammed into a tree on Al Jazera Al Hamra road in Ras Al Khaimah on early hours Sunday, according to police.
Dental surgeon Dr Mark Boulcott's wife Karen was riding pillion on his motorbike when they were hit by a car in October 2006.
AROUND 5,000 challans were issued to women riders and those riding pillion by the Delhi traffic police for not wearing helmets.
LOVED the pictures of the priapic French president, Francois Hollande (below), barrel-shaped while riding pillion on a moped en route to his new mistress's salon.
Last year, Paul Stonehouse made his debut on the 22-mile tour of Teesside on his Suzuki GSF 1200, with fellow motorbike fan Marie Brown riding pillion.
Koli was seriously injured on June 30 when a speeding car rammed into a motorcycle on which she was riding pillion.
Captured on camera from a police chopper, Dale Fowler sped along roads, pavements, fields and parks in the Cowgate and Kenton areas of Newcastle with a pal riding pillion.
He was riding pillion on a motorbike when it was hit from behind by a car.
She was riding pillion when they crashed, leaving him with a brain bleed, broken arm and nose, bruised ribs and cracked eye socket.