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Cartwheel

A nickname of a silver U.S. dollar coin. The term is most common in numismatics. It derives its name from the reflection of an unblemished coin for collectors, which is said to look like the spokes of a wagon wheel.
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Tumble Time Tigger performs cart wheels, which is what you might have to do to get all the toys on this list unless you start your Christmas shopping RIGHT NOW.
Some of the prices achieved included: Imperial butter churn, pounds 340; pig killing bench, pounds 50; horse drawn potato lifter, pounds 130; horse drawn root gapper, pounds 170; oak cider and fruit press, pounds 70; old photographs, pounds 90; back can, pounds 105; fiddle drill, pounds 105; 17 gallon milk churns, pounds 80; tractor seats ( two, pounds 70; black cart and shelves, pounds 300; hand scythe, pounds 45; Allen scythe, pounds 50; 12 spoke cart wheels, pounds 140; stainless milk churn, pounds 60; 3 milk buckets, pounds 40; wooden turnip drill, pounds 150; old stone boot scrape, pounds 90; early wooden root chopper, pounds 70.
The shopping spree led to the purchase of goods ranging from nine cart wheels, pictures, clocks, beds, coat racks, several horses heads and even a horse fountain.
Evidence of a gateway, with ``kick stones'' used to help free cart wheels if they got jammed, can still be seen in one of the old walls.
General gymnastic and tumbling moves - Acrobatic demonstrations followed by assistance with handstands, forward rolls, backward rolls, cart wheels and jumping jacks.
Locked cart wheels can then be reset by store employees, using a remote control.
age 5, winning video showed the things she would do 1,000 times for a chance to eat THE CHEESIEST such as, swimming 1,000 laps, turning 1,000 cart wheels and giving her teacher 1,000 apples.
Cart wheels then unlock through a remote control device for reuse.