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Ahead of the 1961 publication of James and the Giant Peach, Dahl’s 4-month-old son Theo suffered a severe brain injury when his pram was hit by a taxi in New York City.
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The little bits of whalin'-steamers they build now only carry a little pram or two, nothin' like this boat you're in now.
THE BOY WITH THE U. S. FISHERIESFRANCIS ROLT-WHEELER
Pram, prm, n. a flat-bottomed Dutch lighter: a barge fitted as a floating battery.
CHAMBERS'S TWENTIETH CENTURY DICTIONARY (PART 3 OF 4: N-R)VARIOUS
The child is resentful, but resigned, is wrapped up well, put in his pram and wheeled up and down the Madeira Road.
A STUDENT IN ARMSDONALD HANKEY
In every case I found below-decks a number of cruses of corn-brandy, marked aquavit, two of which I took into the pram.
THE PURPLE CLOUDM.P. SHIEL
Lady with Pram (who has been pointing out to newcomer the beauties of the neighbourhood, where a strike is threatened).
PUNCH, OR THE LONDON CHARIVARI, VOL. 159, OCTOBER 6, 1920VARIOUS
Pram (who is standing well forward, supporting himself by the edge of the table, says solemnly:) Yes.
THREE DRAMASBJRNSTJERNE M. BJRNSON
"I saw his pram go by an hour ago, and ran out and gave him your last parcel," she informed them.
A PATRIOTIC SCHOOLGIRLANGELA BRAZIL
Mrs. Earley took the pram with her for Earley to clean, and Meg and Miles walked on together.
JAN AND HER JOBL. ALLEN HARKER
No sooner did I put all the kids in mournin, even to Biby in the pram, when I gets a telegram a sayin es alive and well.
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