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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 fact that neither carts nor cart wheels are mentioned suggests that cartwrights were specialists in their own right, while an ordinary carpenter's work could include the building of wheelbarrows.
Their elastic bodies seamlessly twisted and cart wheeled across the multi-dimensional stage, and even the most feral throws and lifts were executed with the utmost control and poise.
LIVERPOOL'S dock road reverberated with the clopping of horses' hooves and the rumbling of iron-rimmed cart wheels as cargoes were shifted back and forth.
Surely this medieval road with its six inch divots from the cart wheels that are such a danger to two wheeled users as to make my cycle machine flay uncontrollably whilst changing carriageways whilst journeying towards the Greenhead Road junction of the road to Wakefield.
A channel to guide the cart wheels has been uncovered by Nick's work.
This year, Zippo's Circus presents 'From Cart Wheels to Steel Wheels' - a spectacular new show for 2009.
Opener Aaron Redmond and Black Caps star batsman Brendon McCullum both had their off-stumps cart wheeled by away-swingers and Anderson added four more successes after switching from the Radcliffe Road end to the pavilion end for the final session.
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.
Cart wheels have been fitted with sensors that will trigger a wheel-locking device if the cart leaves the perimeter of the parking lot or moves too far away from the store.
The rats are doing cart wheels in my living room every evening and I swear Eamon Dunphy called selling Pools coupons the other night.
WASTE NOT: Flowers can be planted in an old metal bucket or even a boot old boot SITTING COMFORTABLY: A garden bench made of old wood and cart wheels
NEW USES: Eye-catching flower containers can be made out of old things you may otherwise throw out NEW LEASE OF LIFE: This garden bench, right is made from old wood and cart wheels while the old metal bucket, above, looks good with flowers in