Definition of cabbie
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The cabbie handed over $100, and the girls ran off, police said.
That was also accompanied by lippy attitude from the cabbie when challenged.
One of the men, the cabbie told police, tried to get into an occupied taxi.
The cabbie later told police the robber paid his fare with a 20 dollar bill.
So his human characters often behave like cruel robots, while spunky gadgets – like the automatic cabbie in Now Wait for Last Year – can be sources of wisdom and kindness.
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