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cartwheel

an acrobatic movement in which the body makes a sideways revolution supported on the hands with arms and legs outstretched

Cartwheel

[′kärt‚wēl]
(astronomy)
A ring galaxy found in the southern hemisphere.
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Showing no signs of fatigue after the 3,200, the girls did synchronized cartwheels on the grass inside the track.
ROBBIE'S ROLLOVER: Keane does a cartwheel to celebrate his goal for Spurs last night Picture: BRADLEY ORMESHER
She performed cartwheels, flicks and jumps as part of a bizarre warm-up routine in Eastbourne.
Future Hall of Fame shortstop Ozzie Smith was almost as famous for his cartwheels running out to the field than his spectacular glove work and memorable home run to beat the Dodgers in the 1985 National League Championship Series.
Andrea Goodman effectively incorporated cartwheels into her solo, as Neil Applebaum did a jump rope into his.
When we look at these numbers, instead of doing cartwheels, we must understand that .
Four sets, three cartwheels, two scissors kicks, one soaring spread eagle.
Those who have seen the sport more than likely were at the circus, viewing clowns clumsily performing handstands and cartwheels atop a horse.
It's been a long time between cartwheels for Patty Sheehan.
Ventura Mariner coach Sean McGillivray wasn't doing cartwheels when his team fell behind early in all three matches in a pivotal homestand against the Utah Grizzlies this weekend at the Easy Street Arena.
The streak spanned 75 games and did little to make San Fernando head coach Sean Blunt feel like performing cartwheels.