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In the following sentence, which do you think, the roving venders are yelling and scampering up and down the carriages on the train or by the train?

Roving venders accost arriving trains, yelling and scampering up and down the carriages; fruit, namkin (savoury nibbles), omelettes and nuts are offered through the grills on the windows.

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In the following sentence, which do you think, the roving venders are yelling and scampering up and down the carriages on the train or by the train?

Roving venders accost arriving trains, yelling and scampering up and down the carriages; fruit, namkin (savoury nibbles), omelettes and nuts are offered through the grills on the windows.
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