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trundle

1. a small wheel or roller
2. 
a. the pinion of a lantern
b. any of the bars in a lantern pinion
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Trundle would go on to become the first player outside the Premier League to have an image-rights deal.
Lancashire Police urged anyone with details of Trundle's movements to contact the force.
The pair have been friends since their playing days at Swansea, when Everton's new boss was first Trundle's captain and then manager.
Trundle, 33, was left high and dry when his most recent club, Welsh Premier outfit Neath, were wound up in the High Court last month as a result of long-running financial problems.
Esmerelda believes that Trundle is the Lamplighter who appears on the Prophetic Badger Blocks.
The double swoop has sent shock waves around Welsh football and 33-year-old Trundle, released by Bristol City, revealed: "The club showed a lot of ambition when I sat down and spoke to them.
Substitute Trundle, who hit two goals at Peterborough on Saturday, came on at halftime and was glad of the chance to punish Plymouth in the 52nd minute.
Trundle received huge cheers during his warm-ups before being applauded and sung for when he appeared off the bench with 19 minutes to go, and Martinez said: "It was disappointing in away that they gave Trundle that reception because it was as if the point didn't matter that much.
LEE Trundle's opportunist 40-yarder was saluted by Martin Taylor, who said it was tough on namesake Maik.
LEE TRUNDLE is claiming the bragging rights for the second-half goal which saw Bristol City edge a scrappy Severnside derby.
He may be public enemy number one for Bluebirds fans, but former Swansea striker Lee Trundle made the day of one Cardiff office worker last week.
Margaret was Director of Nursing at Trundle District Hospital during the 1970s.