Definition of limo
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After the ceremony at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Westwood, California, Monk navigated the newlyweds through the ravenous throngs of paparazzi waiting outside, breathing a sigh of relief once they were safely ensconced in their limo.
One passenger who received a hotel voucher offered the duo their room while another rented a limo to take the newlyweds to John F. Kennedy Airport for their new flight, according to the Post.
One Election Day, the boss brought Caro along with him in a limo on a tour of precincts.
Eventually another passenger who did get a hotel voucher reportedly noticed them and offered them the room, while someone else rented a limo to get the newlyweds to JFK for their new flight.
This isn't a stretch limo, of course, and trunk space bears the brunt of these sportbacks' space sacrifice while the back seats are up.
Screaming hordes of young fans rushing their limos, etc.
The city of Kenner could become the epicenter of a free market price battle between ride-booking companies such as Uber and Lyft and traditional transportation companies such as taxi cabs, shuttles and limo drivers.
It's been three years since a Walmart truck slammed into the back of Morgan's limo van on the New Jersey turnpike.
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