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pusher

Drug slang
1. A person who sells drugs, especially the 'heavies'–eg, heroin.
2. A metal hanger or umbrella rod used to scrape residue in crack stems.
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The pushchair and some of its contents were then blown back onto the tracks due to the air vacuum caused by the train.
We used the entrance on Edmund Street as it's easy to get into with a pushchair - the other entrance has steps.
This caused the wheels to lift off the ground and the pushchair went backwards.
5 Shocking moment the pushchair and child crash on to train tracks
A 19-year-old man pushing a pushchair was approached by another man who headbutted him.
Earlier this week Amelia's mum Suzanne, 41, said the loss of the pushchair had left the family effectively housebound.
If you prefer the car to pounding the pavements, choose a lightweight, compactible pushchair," she adds.
The father leaves the pushchair for a moment to get some cigarettes, but the street is on a slope and he has to catch hold of it fast before it runs out of control.
The pounds 770 Stokke Xplory claims to be a "travel system" buggy, where the baby can ride in the pushchair and then be lifted, with the seat, straight into a car.
Four-year-old Rachel Evans has Down's Syndrome so the pushchair is essential to get her to and from school.
The Tiger Pushchair is an adjustable seating system with an alternating wheelbase that can change from a stroller base to a Hi/Low indoor base.
MUMS and tots will simply love the brand new range of nursery products from Marks & Spencer - and our pick of the best is their trendy new three-wheeler pushchair (above) in black.