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  • n  a large coach-and-four formerly used to carry passengers and mail on regular routes between towns

  • Traveling by stagecoach in 19th century England could be hazardous: many coaches were robbed by highwaymen or overturned in treacherous .
  • In this apocalyptic land everybodythe prospectors and stagecoach drivers, the medicine men, outlaws, sheriff, the hero with the silver-plated stock saddleis a gentleman of .
  • He was a farm boy newly arrived in San Francisco when the idea dawned on him; he had previously been a stagecoach driver, undertaker, deputy sheriff.
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  • Richard Branson in Independent
    Sir Richard said: "Stagecoach and Virgin have proved that Britain's railways can be transformed and that it is possible to provide good-quality service and passenger growth and operate highly efficient franchises. Together we have a breadth of skill...
  • Joe Kapp in The Bear Insider
    First you had to take a plane ride to Spokane,Kapp said. "Then you took a car, then a stagecoach, and finally a dogsled to get to the stadium."
  • Linda Cardellini in San Jose Mercury News
    That was amazing, and afterwards I really understood the idea of horsepower. You can understand a fast car, but you have no idea what power feels like when you have those horses pulling a big wooden stagecoach at a run,Cardellini says....

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