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  • These, with the various materials for the tent, and its poles, had been disembarked from a large, high-wheeled wagon.

    Cinnamon Roll

  • The Pedaling History Museum in fabulous Buffalo, a repository of many high-wheeled wonders, is going to shut down in January.

    Penny-Ante: The Ordinary Trend Moves Up a Notch

  • The magic pulled me back into evening, but when I recognized Sergeant Duril camped alongside his high-wheeled cart, I dragged my feet to a halt.

    Renegade's Magic

  • Duril set out with the high-wheeled cart full of supplies.

    Renegade's Magic

  • But on Tuesday the two hardest-hit states, Louisiana and Mississippi, which each have more than 3,000 National Guard troops in Iraq, requested military specialists and equipment from other states, ranging from military police and engineers to helicopters and five-ton, high-wheeled trucks that can traverse the flood waters.

    08/31/2005

  • Along with Joe Twichell, he tried to master the fashionable new high-wheeled bicycle, with bruising results: his German instructor remarked to him that he could fall off a bicycle in more ways than the man who had invented it.16 Clemens later maintained that he had invented all the new bicycle profanity that had since come into general use.17

    Mark Twain

  • This was a light, high-wheeled affair that could have doubled for Athena's war chariot.

    See Delphi and Die

  • A fourth animal shifted disconsolately between the shafts of the high-wheeled vehicle.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • He rode away along a gentler path than we had come by, out of consideration for the women who followed him in their high-wheeled cart.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • People were coming to join the long line waiting behind a stout rope stretched along the show's tall canvas wall, only a handful with more than a touch of embroidery on the women's dresses or the men's short coats, and a few farmers 'high-wheeled carts lumbering behind a horse or an ox.

    Knife of Dreams

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