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Somehow there was no conveyance in waiting, not even a rickshaw, so Maynebrace and his flag-lieutenant had to walk.
THE DREADNOUGHT OF THE AIRPERCY F. WESTERMAN
The rickshaw man's life, I was told in Japan, is several years shorter than that of the average man.
It takes more than half an hours rickshaw drive to get to the Embassy, where I called this morning.
A JOURNAL FROM JAPANMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
There had been very little shelling, and I had taken my first outing in the shape of a rickshaw drive during the afternoon.
SOUTH AFRICAN MEMORIESLADY SARAH WILSON
The native name for the mail-cart-like hand-carriage I called a rickshaw at first.
A JOURNAL FROM JAPANMARIE CARMICHAEL STOPES
Mrs. Ericson adjusted her polaroid glasses and waved her rickshaw boy into his harness, where his thighs tensed for the long haul.
A rickshaw will ordinarily hold two; you may often see four or five in one.
No Siamese pulls a rickshaw, though he frequently rides in one.
The rickshaw was borrowed from Japan; the "gharry" has been imported from India.
The Chinese are the beasts of burden as far as the Bangkok rickshaw is concerned.

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