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baby carriage in Babies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbaby carriageˈbaby ˌcarriage noun [countable]  American EnglishDHB a thing like a small bed with four wheels, used for taking a baby from one place to another syn pram British Englishpushchair
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baby carriageTwo women tore the nylons I was wearing - really good ones - another dragged a baby carriage across my ninety-dollar shoes.Now she is walking toward him, half a block away, pushing a baby carriage.A baby carriage was overturned, and a heavy rain of black ash descended for a long while afterward.A charred baby carriage still stood on the altar steps, exactly where it had been found after the massacre.Death raced downstairs and out the front door to look in the baby carriage under the cherry tree.