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Use "tramcars" in a sentence
"In "The Christmas Eve Ghost" Candlewick, 32 pages, $15.99 the venerable British illustrator Shirley Hughes introduces children to Liverpool in the 1930s, a place in which "bustling shops, tramcars, and thrilling monumental buildings stood in stark contrast with the cramped squalor of the backstreets, where the struggle to keep clean and make a decent life for a family was very hard.""
"The disappearance of the ubiquitous electric tramcars in the United States – An historian named Christopher Snell nicely points out that GM bought them up, turned off the electricity and changed them into consumers of automotive products and,"
"This operates modern low-floor articulated tramcars, based on a design for Cologne in Germany, on three routes in South London."