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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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And after Team Puso's Nicole Tiamson dumped a serve at matchpoint, Team Palaban made a big circle and thanked the big crowd at Philsports Arena by doing cartwheel all at the same time.
Cartwheel has a devoted and growing user base of 13 million customers who regularly use the app to choose from hundreds of promotions that can be redeemed at the checkout line.
Rooney followed that with a double in Glasgow and joked the celebration - as definitely a cartwheel - and not a back flip.
5) Regulation of cartwheel height and centriole length.
Whatever they plan to say, they may want to refrain from concluding with cartwheels.
You have to land the first cartwheel on one foot, so I have to have a lot of balance.
They are the creation of Orchard Pigs director Robert Didier, best known for his unique cartwheel -shaped pies.
GIRLS' bucket hat, above, from the Cartwheel Range for Girls at Platypus Australia, pounds 16.
Justin Darlington, also known as "Jus Fly," dunked a ball after performing a cartwheel right outside where the Lakers play.
The clergyman waited until some 1,900 guests had left the abbey before seizing his chance to cartwheel down the carpet William and Kate had just walked along for the first time as a married couple.
She took a running start and rolled into a perfect cartwheel.
Talented artist Lewis decided to paint an image of what the foot-and-mouth virus looked like down a telescope, and compared it with the Cartwheel Galaxy, 500 million light years from earth.