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wheelwright

a person who makes or mends wheels as a trade
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But the school hours were long and Tom's patience short, so that he soon began to descend into the street, and go and peep in at the school door and the wheelwright's shop, and look out for something to while away the time.
The wheelwright's adzes and swallows were to be for ever respected; and that hero and the master withdrew to the servants' hall to drink the Squire's health, well satisfied with their day's work.
So I got rid of Marco, by sending him off to invite the mason and the wheelwright, which left the field free to me.
Underneath the maple there was a small cart, which had been brought from the wheelwright's to serve as a pulpit, and round this a couple of benches and a few chairs had been placed.
Faster!" My uncle gave a loud stamp on the boot in the energy of the moment, and-- found that it was gray morning, and he was sitting in the wheelwright's yard, on the box of an old Edinburgh mail, shivering with the cold and wet and stamping his feet to warm them!
Officers were called to reports of a crash in Wheelwright Lane, Ash Green, in the early hours of today.
Police were called to the scene at the junction of Roland Avenue and Wheelwright Road, Holbrooks, at 11.20am on Wednesday, September 12, following reports a naked man had been seen covered in blood.
Gave me goosebumps x Amy Wheelwright I saw them on a bridge yesterday and it made me tearful but hopeful - great idea and one life saved is an amazing achievement, let alone many.
Ian, 67, is Scotland's last working wheelwright. If you have admired a barouche at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow, or an ancient manure spreader at the National Museum of Rural Life in East Kilbride, you have probably seen Ian's work.
"Finally," said Tom Wheelwright, chief executive of Tax-Free Wealth CPAs in Tempe, Arizona, "a topic of conversation everyone wants to talk about that I'm the expert on!"
Ebenezer Wheelwright's The Salem Belle: A Tale of 1692.
The terrifying incident happened at Wheelwrights Newsagents on Wheelwright Road, Erdington on Wednesday, September 7, at 8.30pm.