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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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The servant returned in a very short time with the pillion, and Molly, having collected her rags as well as she could, was placed behind him.
The event, which sees riders and pillions dress up as Santa, will take place on Saturday, December 19 to raise funds for Zo's Place.
Entrance is pounds 10 per rider and per pillion who must raise a minimum pounds 30 sponsorship each.
Riders and pillions are also asked to raise a minimum of pounds 20 each for the hospice.