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Trip

Slang; in bond insurance, an AAA rating from Standard and Poor's or Fitch. See also: Trip trip.
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Day Tripper service 957 will be run by K Line from Holmfirth to Dewsbury and the Yorkshire Mill Mile and Motor Mus- eum, then to Bagshaw Museum and Wilton Park at Batley, Red House Museum at Gomersal, and Oakwell Hall and Country Park, Birstall.
Now all the Day Trippers have gone missing, and it is believed visitors may have picked them up and taken them home as souvenirs.
Coming tops in the VisitEngland poll shows it still pulls trippers.
In The Night Trippers Alice, Joe, and Angel return to continue the saga of their ongoing relationships with each other, their music and art, and their circle of friends.
Moreover, the "cheap amusements" that sprang up to lure day trippers "ensured that the island would not become a resort exclusively for the wealthy" (92).
Yarmouth is very handy for all the Newmarket trainers to get to, and, frankly, the trippers there need something to do.
We fitted into a fivefold hierarchy: trippers (crossing from the mainland for a day's outing), visitors (staying for a week or more and trying to identify with the islanders' experience), residents (choosing to stay for work or retirement), locals (growing up there), and real Scillonians (with families going back for generations).
Tour operator Transun is set to carry nearly 35,000 day trippers in the next seven months.
Thousands of day trippers flocked to Blackpool Pleasure Beach, many of them strolling past the Space Invader rollercoaster where the tragedy happened on Friday evening.
Other than map-related apps, only four in ten road trippers say they've used a road-related smartphone app.
Even so, it would be nice to see day trippers coming to enjoy the seaside - including the brand-new sand.