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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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Remove the cart from patient and visitor areas as safely as possible.
Crown Food Cart is primarily manufacturers of food trucks & trailers and concession stands and vending carts and is located in Pennsylvania.
Systec also has recently developed a Smartsafe retractable child restraint or seat belt, and child shopping cart safety pioneer Safe-Strap Co.
A 65-gallon cart would be the standard size issued to households.
The new warning was developed by the American Society for Testing Methods International (ASTM) Shopping Cart Subcommittee and is part of the newly revised shopping cart standard.
Kid-friendly carts, such as car-shaped ones, are much safer than traditional ones because the center of gravity is usually lower, which makes the cart more stable.
They had no idea what to expect from this friendly guy strapped into a single-seat cart, pulling a lever that swung him around 180 degrees in his seat so he could address the ball and swing.
The brainchild of the Partnership's in-house director of industrial design, Ignacio Ciocchini, the carts are among the Partnership's newest streetscape innovations.
GearBoss carts roll along a fixed aluminum track in the floor, minimizing wasted aisle space and allowing easy access from both sides.
Almost all malls with cart programs provide them as part of the lease cost--that way the mall can control the size and appearance of the carts and ensure consistency.
These items are collected in an organics cart with either a 64-gallon or 94-gallon capacity.