- v. present participle of wheel.
“When I finally got there, a small clutch of ladies were engaged in wheeling a drinks trolley in that seemed laden with bottles and little wicker baskets of snacks.”
“Again wheeling, this time at no more than two hundred yards, the whale charged back, not completing her semi-circle sufficiently, so that she bore down upon the schooner's bow from starboard.”
“Ox people are truthful and sincere, and the idea of wheeling and dealing in a competitive world is distasteful to them.”
“One has to wonder what kind of wheeling and dealings will go on to pull this off or does Fox have an ace in the hole?”
“Benefits of DE are multifold and include efficiency by way of both thermal gains for fossil fuel generators and reduced line or 'wheeling' losses.”
“They wanted to wheel and deal, and they soon plunged Enron into businesses it knew nothing about: selling water in Europe; "wheeling" electric power into, and mostly out of, California; installing commercial air-conditioning systems; the Blockbuster deal; and, of course, the Internet.”
“And it was just an extraordinary -- they called it "wheeling" then.”
“He had that kind of wheeling and dealing and ultimate power of the institution.”
“A while ago "wheeling" was popular, and everybody wheeled.”
“Indeed, he displayed in that battle all those motions such as wheeling about and whirling on high, and making side-thrusts and jumping forward and leaping on high and running above and rushing forward and rushing upwards.”
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