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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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As reported in June, Phoenix, Arizona, resident Dianne Barker, 65, often attended public council meetings advocating for traveling without cars to promote a healthy lifestyle, and would always end her remarks with a cartwheel.
On the carpet - verger Ben Sheward cartwheels in Westminster Abbey, after the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton
Dozens of girls from local schools including Brookvale, St Barnabas, Marsh Hill and Sutton Girls performed every different kind of handstand possible - on the floor, the beam and bench, flat backs on the vault plus cartwheels and bunny hops.
The Trim trail is made of wood; it has a useful space in the middle for handstands and cartwheels and the soft green surface protects you from falls.
The hidden world of growing up in a cult in mainstream America is revealed with sensitivity and engrossing detail in CARTWHEELS IN A SARI, a memoir suitable for any spirituality or general lending library.
So I'm not doing cartwheels over the revelation that a male contraceptive has been developed that's as efficient as the female pill.
Mrs Baggott who runs the club has noticed a marked improvement in their gymnastic skills as they learn how to do forward rolls, backward rolls and cartwheels.
His tight cartwheels and compact headstands, beautifully controlled, highlighted the central ideas of the piece.
He's a top player but I don't do the cartwheels - I'm my own man and I want to get my head down and have a good crack at the Championship.
It's the only public spot in the community with grassy lawns where they can run and play tag and do cartwheels, she said.
Handstands and cartwheels make people happy," said Boettcher, who has taught fellow WHOI graduate students and postdoctoral researchers her relaxation methods--even on geology field trips to volcanoes.
The third and final competition was Cartwheels, of which Neil was the only person to attempt, or come close, to doing.