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.
Hundreds of bees are whizzing circles around the Cotes as they stack honeycombs on the trolley.
She had dodged two trolley cars and an automobile, only to be run down by a boy on a bicycle.
I brought her out here for a trolley ride and a picnic luncheon.
The trolley swung round at a right angle (up Avenue A) and the last block of 86th Street showed the benefit of this manoeuvre.
If you can get off for an hour, won't you take the trolley to the end of Division Street?
At the station they had to change cars or else make the trip by the trolley.
Large deals, of which the trolley Combine was but one, were on foot.
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]