handcart


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handcart

a simple cart, usually with one or two wheels, pushed or drawn by hand
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According to media reports on Sunday night at sea view Karachi, the contractor and handcart mafia exchanged hot words at the beach.
"The Mormon Handcart Migration" traces each stage of the journey, from the transatlantic voyage of newly converted church members to the gathering of the faithful in the eastern Nebraska encampment known as Winter Quarters.
On the way home, his handcart collided with a motorcyclist, breaking his leg in the process.
He told investigators that he is a water vendor and offers handcart transport around Taj Mall area in Pipeline estate.
Rawalpindi -- Administrator City District Government, Rawalpindi Tallat Mehmood Gondal has imposed section 144 Cr PC for two days upon Hotel hawkers and handcart runners in the revenue limits of Tehsil Murree.
Dad started the business with a handcart which progressed to many shops in Liverpool, some having two in the same street or road, such as Great Homer Street, Park Road, Wavertree Road.
He said the remote-controlled device -- planted in a handcart -- exploded when a police van was passing by.
To Hell in a Handcart COME one, come all, hop on my cart, The end is near get wise, get smart.
ALEADING peer has waded into the row over the future of Newcastle Magistrates' Court and claimed the North East justice system is "going to hell in a handcart".
Education in Caerphilly is going to hell in a handcart pulled by Labour councillors.