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Catherine wheel

a circular window having ribs radiating from the centre
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Includes a Catherine wheel, fountains, aerial Roman candles and a six-shot multi-aerial.
MEGA BLASTER A value for money set of 19 fireworks comprising four Roman candles, 14 fountains and a Catherine wheel.
At the end of the story, on an island in the Caribbean, some of the same characters discover another Catherine wheel in the wall of another convent, this one ruined and abandoned.
My mate stuck a load of cheap Catherine wheels and fireworks to a piece of timber in the middle of his yard and lit them.
Gwyn is a translation of Andy Manley's UK Theatre Award winning production White, originally produced by Catherine Wheels Theatre Company in Scotland.
30pm, mat May 26, 2pm White: Catherine Wheels Theatre Company (Ages 2-4): May 24-26, 10am & 1.
The show, from Scotland's Catherine Wheels Theatre Company and directed by Andy Manley, introduced us to a one colour set consisting of a free-standing array of bird houses and a myriad minute touches - the centrepiece of which was a mirror ball moon.
The show, from Scotland's Catherine Wheels Theatre Company and directed by Andy Manley, introduced us to the one colour set that consisted of a free-standing array of bird houses and a myriad of minute touches - the centrepiece of which was a mirror ball moon.
Something Wishful is Chester's "most spectacular cultural event of the year", featuring fireworks, floating sculptures, human Catherine wheels, a wishing tree, lanterns and music.
There are soups resembling bread puddings, sausages in the shape of Catherine wheels and a whole new take on bubble and squeak.
Bright-coloured Catherine wheels precariously pivoted.
As a child, growing up in West Derby, I remember neighbourhood bonfires, Catherine Wheels (wobbling on posts), rockets, Roman Candles, roast jacket potatoes, chestnuts, gingery Parkin and the familiar smell of gunpowder drifting through the chilly night air.