Hoech approached the line of police and SWAT vehicles in his sedan late Tuesday, turned around, and parked.
But as he approached the sedan—a 1997 Mercury Marquis—he was overwhelmed by a horrific stench.
The Sunseeker has the wingspan of a 747 and a body the same size as a sedan.
Early Thursday morning, a sedan ran over a crowd of people outside of the Mohawk in Downtown Austin, Texas, during SXSW.
Taxi and sedan services operating in the district are flawless.
The French position about sedan was covered to rearward by the fortress.
The most curious was a mule-litter, which was simply a sedan between two animals.
Ignoring a red light, their quarry had been killed when his sedan was hit by a truck.
He also says: "At sedan the cavalry division was kept in reserve."
He felt the ridicule of his position—a sedan chair carried along, and a stout man speaking.
1630s, "covered chair on poles," possibly from a southern Italian dialect derivative of Italian sede "chair" (cf. Italian seggietta, 1590s; the thing itself was said to have been introduced from Naples), from Latin sedes, related to sedere "sit" (see sedentary). Since Johnson's conjecture, often derived from the town of Sedan in France, where it was said to have been made or first used, but historical evidence for this is lacking.
Introduced in England by Sir Sanders Duncombe in 1634 and first called a covered chair. "In Paris the sedan-chair man was usually an Auvergnat, in London an Irishman" ["Encyclopaedia Britannica," 1929]. Meaning "closed automobile seating four or more" first recorded 1912, American English.