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a closed loop conveying system frequently used between final store and loading bay. Used in some airports for the final distribution of passenger luggage after discharge from the aircraft.
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So, what's going to happen this summer with all the vacant managerial jobs and unsettled players that between them don't resemble a merry-go-round in any way?
His move is part of an end-of-season merry-go-round in the Welsh Premiership, with Neath lock Neil Edwards ready to take over at Ebbw Vale, assisted by Bedwas centre Kristian Owen.
When Jack died in 1984, she ran the roundabout single-handedly until ill-health forced her to leave her beloved merry-go-round when she was well into her 70s.
CHELSEA midfielder John Obi Mikel admits the club's managerial merry-go-round left him confused as to what his best role should be.
In a rare collaboration between a global company and an African NGO, Mono and Water For All worked together to develop the new "Fun Pump", a water system that is made up of an electric pump powered by a solar panel and a special merry-go-round.
ENGLAND: Toby Flood has hopped back on England's fly-half merry-go-round after replacing Andy Goode in the team to face Ireland at Croke Park on Saturday.
I WATCHED the January transfer merry-go-round with the greatest of interest.
David is pictured holding his winning poster in July 1983 standing in one of Fisher-Price's large scale aeroplane models which was part of a merry-go-round specially constructed for the Royal visit.
It's the room's anchor - a vintage merry-go-round - that sets it apart from the typical arcade.
Get off the children's Merry-Go-Round - you're drunk.