Pullman

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  • Pullman developed the sleeping car which carried his name into the 1980s.
  • Pullman is an architectural term for a long, narrow space within a structure.
  • Pullman originally wrote the story as a school play, and the novel was in turn adapted into a play.
  • The front Pullman car was left hanging four feet over the edge of what remained of the bridge.
  • The university also has an extensive collection of outdoor art on its Pullman campus.
  • The company entered into contracts with the railway companies to operate Pullman services over their lines.
  • Despite being named for the nearby Pullman neighborhood, it is actually located a short distance away from there.
  • Pullman is home to Washington State University, the state's land-grant university.
  • The Pullman company laid off hundreds of workers and switched many more to pay-per-piece work.
  • Attached to this train will be a private Pullman car and dining car.
  • Pullman has been featured in several major motion pictures.
  • The Lark kept its name and number but was no longer all-Pullman.
  • Express units were typically painted in passenger car colors, such as Pullman green.
  • Instead they were split up and each vehicle was initially used as an individual Pullman car, the majority not in railway use.
  • During his one season at the Pullman campus, the Cougars won three games and lost eight.
  • Pullman has been a vocal campaigner on a number of book-related and political issues.
  • Several legal battles with the Pullman Company failed to put him and his partners out of business.
  • His job of Pullman porter allowed him to travel and observe a wide range of people.
  • It featured Bill Pullman in the Ford role, with no one from the original cast.
  • Later that year the Pullman church built a parsonage of its own.
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Meaning of Pullman

  • noun Luxurious passenger car; for day or night travel