Stage wagon

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a wagon which runs between two places for conveying passengers or goods.

See also: Stage

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The theater had an 8Bar (psi) air system (1Bar =100,000 Pa = 100,000 N/m2), connected to 1 stage wagon (2.7 by 16.2 meters/ 8.9 by 52.1 feet).
I don't think the hacks who toss about this term so prodigiously have any idea what constitutes a "morality play." I would be as surprised to find that these journalists had ever seen or read a morality play, as I would be to see George Bush traversing his path to reelection on a 15th-century stage wagon, brimming with mansions representing the 50 states, and accompanied by such personifications as Mischief, Good Deeds and Death.