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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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According to the latest report Golf Cart Market Golf Cart Market Research Report: Information by Propulsion Type (Electric and Gasoline), Seating Capacity (Small, Medium, Large), Application (Golf Course, Railways, Hotels & Resorts, Multi-residential Complexes), and Region - Global Forecast till 2023, Golf Cart Market Size To Expand at a Notable CAGR Of 6.9% During 2019 - 2023
He therefore, appealed to cart drivers to always abide by the rules and 'not assume that motor vehicle drivers will always see and stop for you.' He also cautioned them to be alert when crossing or driving along the road.
There's the Mediterranean Cart, inspired by a restaurant, La Paolina in Capri, with a canopy decked with lemons.
Carts have been on the West End block since Altengartz, a bratwurst cart, opened in 2000.
With each cart costing from 'Dh300-Dh500 and around 50 medium and hypermarket-sized stores in the UAE', that totals to an average of Dh150,000 in lost carts each month for the popular supermarket chain.
* Unplug the charger or power off the cart if it is safe to do so.
The Eco One hybrid food cart is expected to reduce the initial cost for the vendors and help in increasing their profit margin by huge numbers.
A year ago, Colby Phillips and Patric Campbell opened Beergarden, a more elaborate food cart pod, near downtown next to Gray's Garden Center at West Sixth Avenue and Monroe Street.
The Aluminum Wireless Auto-Locking Cart is available with Optional Prox Reader and Optional Controlled Substance Drawer.
The original prone cart used on the VA SCI service prior to 2007 (when this work began) was a flat bed with manual wheelchair wheels and straps to secure the user (Figure 4).
A virtual shopping cart is a necessary tool for online shopping.
Designed specifically for older children and adults with disabilities, Caroline's Cart combines the functionality of a wheelchair with a traditional shopping cart to make the in-store experience simpler, safer and more inclusive by eliminating the difficult task of maneuvering a wheelchair and grocery cart at the same time.