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Get our daily newsletter Ms Alneami’s pictures also capture the pathos, humour and defiance of women riding bumper-cars at funfairs, the closest most could come to driving real cars.
The bypass machine looks futuristic, twisting and turning tubes in a pattern, much like a complicated water-slide at a funfair.
After the carousel over the player's future at the club in the summer, the same transfer funfair looks to be returning to town in January, as Van Dijk heads towards the Southampton exit.
Among the adults attending the Eid funfair, their appearance reflected their Islamic diversity, from full hijabs and long chin beards to modern Western dress and everything between.
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FUNFAIR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of funfair for English Language Learners
: an outdoor event at which there are various kinds of games, rides, and entertainment
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