Sorry. It's handicapped toilets. It means toilets for handicapped people.“handicapped toilets” has to be “handicap toilets”
Sorry. In reality, saying something happens "on the hour" doesn't always automatically mean it continues 24 hours a day. Contexts vary, and adding the phrase "every hour" is a common way to emphasize that it does indeed continue around the clock. So, feel free to argue away about how redundant it may be, but that doesn't stop "on the hour, every hour" from being a very common expression. Leave it be.Oh, I almost forgot to give you the times for that tour. Now, tours of the Vampire run on the hour every hour.
“on the hour every hour” has to be “on the hour” because “on the hour” = at every hour exactly; one o'clock, two o'clock, and so on. For example, “The shuttle to New York departs on the hour.” so the last expression “every hour” in the original text is redundant.
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