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handcart

a simple cart, usually with one or two wheels, pushed or drawn by hand
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Talking to reporters, Tajir action committee president Mohammad Abid said such a large number of handcarts were causing traffic jams in the city.
But, whenever, the operation was resumed in daytime the encroachers left behind their goods on handcarts or elsewhere and then disappeared in the streets.
Only one in ten Mormon emigrants used handcarts, but of those 3,000 who did between 1856 and 1860, most survived the harrowing journey
He informed that 107 handcarts, 156 counters and other goods were confiscated from different markets during August.
He said, RCB enforcement teams confiscated handcarts, tables, counters and other goods from Dhoke Syedan, Tench Bhatta, Peoples Colony, Masrial road, Allahabad, Westridge Bazar, Mehfooz Road, Haider Road, Bank Road, Adam Jee Road, Hathi Chowk, Chor Chowk, Saddar and Bakra Mandi.
Ouko added that the 20 handcarts that were being used to transport them were impounded.
What about the harridans with handcarts? ey trundle on, loaded or not, then they are wedged alongside their operators, who sit and glare at anyone who has the temerity to trip over their baskets on wheels.
PESHAWAR -- Officials of Municipal Corporation launched a grand operation on Tuesday against encroachments and took in custody around two truck luggages and removed several handcarts. Official sources said Chief Municipal Corporation, Javed Amjed, Tax superintendent; Imran Khan and Ayaz Durrani took part in person in offensive against encroachments.
It was full of handcarts belonging to women in black shawls.
And after dramatically increasing his capital, he bought handcarts which he uses as street stalls to sell sandwiches.
KABUL (PAN): The Kabul Municipality said on Sunday the operation against encroachments on roads in the capital would continue, but residents feared the campaign against cabins and handcarts would lead to robberies and pick-pocketing.
The tools of their trade range from green machines they sit on and ride through to push handcarts.