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BUSBusiness
BUSOmnibus
BUSBank of the United States
BUSBroadcast and Unknown Server (ATM)
BUSBrownsville Urban System (Texas)
BUSBelle Urban System (Racine, Wisconsin)
BUSBeat Up Someone
BUSBlack United Students (colleges)
BUSBachelor of University Studies (degree)
BUSBinary Unit System
BUSBackscatter Ultraviolet Spectrometer
BUSBusiness Unit Sport (Organisational unit of SRG SSR idée suisse)
BUSBartholin, Urethral, and Skene (glands)
BUSBluegrass Ultra-transit Service (Kentucky, USA)
BUSBasic Utility System
BUSBargaining Union Status
BUSBackground Utility System
BUSBartholin, Urethral, Skene (glands)
BUSBaseband Unweighted Signal
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Somebody, at all events, was passing from the farthest interior of the omnibus towards its entrance.
4 paragraphs seem to be missing from this omnibus text here they have to do with musical composers, a piano, and a brief revery on the part of Nemo}
From the top of the chimney he climbed he had caught sight of a new omnibus, whose color and name he had never known, as a naturalist might see a new bird or a botanist a new flower.
He was placed in one of those odd vehicles in which the passengers sit side by side, as they do in an omnibus.
I wondered if the poor devil had been hammered on the Stock Exchange or run over by an omnibus.
Hardly a week later, Duty presented itself in his study under the disguise of Fred Vincy, now returned from Omnibus College with his bachelor's degree.
The Lake Shore Railroad then ended at Ashtabula, in a bank of sand, and my elder brother and I walked up from the station, while the rest of the family, which pretty well filled the omnibus, rode.
We can all go to the theatre together; the omnibus is outside.
Near to the jail, and by consequence near to Smithfield also, and the Compter, and the bustle and noise of the city; and just on that particular part of Snow Hill where omnibus horses going eastward seriously think of falling down on purpose, and where horses in hackney cabriolets going westward not unfrequently fall by accident, is the coach-yard of the Saracen's Head Inn; its portal guarded by two Saracens' heads and shoulders, which it was once the pride and glory of the choice spirits of this metropolis to pull down at night, but which have for some time remained in undisturbed tranquillity; possibly because this species of humour is now confined to St James's parish, where door knockers are preferred as being more portable, and bell-wires esteemed as convenient toothpicks.
There was a porter downstairs, page boys; some people going away with their trunks in the passage; a railway omnibus at the door, white-breasted waiters dodging about the entrance.
I'll tell you on the top of that omnibus," he said, and was darting and dodging across the tangle of the traffic.
It was but this present morning, as he rode on the omnibus from Richmond; while it changed horses, this present chronicler, being on the roof, marked three little children playing in a puddle below, very dirty, and friendly, and happy.
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