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handcart

a simple cart, usually with one or two wheels, pushed or drawn by hand
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Mr Khalid said that with the completion of the project all the handcarts and shopkeepers would shift to the market which would solve the traffic and cleanliness problems on the nearby roads.
If we stoop to their level then so be it, Come jump on my handcart, let's plot while we sit.
The explosion was an Improvised Explosive Device which was planted on a handcart during rush hour at the market, said a senior police official.
We are in the proverbial handcart on our way to perdition and the inevitable omega is that our payoff will be to reap the whirlwind.
Education in Caerphilly is going to hell in a handcart pulled by Labour councillors.
The Roll Restorer is available as a mobile handcart or heavy-duty, forklift-mountable model.
His business has also created job opportunities for others, since he employs one of his brothers and another worker to run the handcart stalls.
This country is going to hell in a handcart and yet this rag-bag of politicians are wasting time on issues that the majority of people are not interested in, their priorities are jobs to earn money to pay their way and a future for the young who we seem to be alienating from our society.
As he is responsible for raising fares way beyond inflation, his message is grossly insulting: only rich men can afford to commute by train, the rest of us can go to hell in a handcart.
In truth, the handcart arrived at its destination many, many years ago.
The center's mail was sorted in one building and transported outdoors on a handcart to the back of another building.
NINEWA / Aswat al-Iraq: Casualties from the handcart bomb explosion near two churches in central Mosul rose to two dead and five wounded, all civilians, a military source said.