A male suicide bomber was also believed to have detonated the Monday blast, which decimated the back half of a trolley bus.
At the very least, it seems acceptable to reroute the trolley.
Four men in army uniform are seen loading massive safes onto a trolley.
1823, in Suffolk dialect, "a cart," especially one with wheels flanged for running on a track (1858), probably from troll (v.) in the sense of "to roll." Sense transferred to "pulley to convey current to a streetcar motor" (1890), then "streetcar drawing power by a trolley" (1891).
A stupid person; a dullard
[1970s+ Army; probably fr the dwarf or demon of Norse mythology]