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carousel

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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Ernst a little blue crocodile loves to ride the carousel in the park.
Measuring 37 inches by 37 inches, the Mini-Carousel is 28% smaller than the standard U-Scan Genesis Carousel unit and 38% smaller than prior U-Scan carousel models, yet it offers sizeable bagging capacity.
RIDE 'EM: Mike Carroll, from Warrington, with his Victorian carousel at The Albert Dock Picture: MARTIN BIRCHALL
Each time the goods go round the carousel, the VAT that should be paid to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) goes missing.
To reserve tickets, or to get an entry form for the festival, call Carousel on 01273 234 734 or visit www.carousel.org.uk.
A fire brigade spokeswoman said: "A teenage girl was trapped by her legs between the carriage and the carousel of the waltzer ride.
The carousel arrangement allows for independent operation of different molds running at the same time
IN 1996's City Hall Al Pacino's wizened New York mayor discusses visiting a production of Carousel with deputy John Cusack.
For 35 years, Napolitano has been the key wrangler over the historic New York City Central Park Carousel.
THE BRITISH government should abandon attempts to deny VAT refunds to companies unwittingly involved in a cross-border carousel fraud, says a European Court of Justice advocate general.
Conair has announced the addition of the Carousel Plus desiccant dryer to its product line.
A variety of mounting carousel accessories accommodates different vessel types, sizes, quantities, and orientations.