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Cot, gurney, stretcher, trolley Medtalk A narrow movable bed used to transport Pts or maintain them in a horizontal position in emergency or critical care settings Vox populi A non-self-propelled multiwheel structure designed to carry a load. See Crash cart, Shopping cart.
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Celtic Manor Resorthead of golf and retail Alasdair Danson-Webster said: "We're delighted to be launching the UK's first fleet of driverless buggies on our three championship golf courses.
'During the general elections, politicians hire buggies for three or four hours to go to public meetings.
This past tradition is becoming a fast trend; mostly people hire decorated buggies rather than decorated cars, said a Marriage Hall owner at 6th Road.
I'm not asking for buggies not to be allowed on buses, just a bit of common sense to prevail and other passengers to help me and mothers with buggies.
Decorated buggies are seen at committee chowk and different places of Rawalpindi, once buggies were used to hire by those who cannot afford the decorated cars but its become a fashion these days especially among young generation as it gives a fascinating touch to the wedding for life time memory, they said.
The source added that women wishing to ride the buggies or bikes should avoid places where there are assemblies of young people to protect themselves from physical or verbal harassment and possible theft, Gulf News reports.
A traffic official told the daily that they were not involved in the decision to allow women to ride bicycles or buggies or any other means of transport.
Sales of top-of-the-range buggies costing more than pounds 500 have increased by 40%, with parents unwittingly fuelling the black market through second-hand purchases.
In 2009, Maclaren recalled 1m prams in the US, after reports of similar injuries, but lawyers insisted UK buggies were not affected, and no recall has taken place in the UK.
They took the buggies from the golf club in Crook, County Durham, and drove them through the town's Watergate Estate.
Not the Volkswagen Golf, Bond Bug or Cadillac but rather the real thing in the unlikely guise of actual golf buggies.