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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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The Cartwheel beat The Gateside Inn 7-2 and then the Four In Hand 7-3 before overcoming the Junction Bar in the semis.
To analyze Nadia's cartwheel, Kathy and Nadia start by tracking the positions of Nadia's left hand.
He added that other officers reported that Knox was doing cartwheels and splits in the police station.
Georgia told us: "My best part was when we were making up a routine with cartwheels and other moves.
In the roda, she literally springs into action, doing several aerial cartwheels to evade the other player.
Generous was not only Paul Cole's first two-year-old winner of 1990, winning over five furlongs at Ascot in May, but he also finished second in the Coventry Stakes and fourth in the 2,000 Guineas before winning the Derby turning cartwheels.
MORE than 60,000 people packed into St Andrew's - blimey, you can almost see David Sullivan springing cartwheels in the boardroom.
HEAVYWEIGHT Stevie Simmons did cartwheels after completing a fine first day for Scotland in boxing.
She accomplishes this (thanks to a broken wrist suffered in rehearsals) with one-handed cartwheels.
But jauntiness rears its head in the form of one-armed cartwheels, all to the urban sounds of dripping water and jackhammers.
On hearing the news he was to sign for his boyhood heroes Robbie was doing cartwheels.
Darts fans and The Power's rivals were doing cartwheels when Hearn pulled Michael van Gerwen's name out of the hat straight after Taylor for what is undoubtedly the tie of the round.