Impressions 1

Convention cities lie defenceless ... exposing their throats to first impressions, superficial observations, and random episodes that occur to four-day visitors who spend most of their time in taxicabs, hotel lobbies, and convention halls.

Impressions 2

British lecturers have been known to land in New York, pass the customs, drive uptown in a closed taxi, and then forward to England from the closed taxi itself ten dollars' worth of impressions of the American national character.


Instinct 1

No doubt he'd come home by instinct, the poor man's taxi.

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