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  • verb Present participle of cart.

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  • noun the work of taking something away in a cart or truck and disposing of it

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Examples

  • This mainly consisted of barrowing as I call carting things off in a wheelbarrow stuff over to the compost pile and raking up some more dead grass in the field.

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  • This mainly consisted of barrowing as I call carting things off in a wheelbarrow stuff over to the compost pile and raking up some more dead grass in the field.

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  • Tomorrow Frederick’s wagons would arrive and begin carting it away.

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  • He sounded as if he relished the idea of carting her about like a sack.

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  • He sounded as if he relished the idea of carting her about like a sack.

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  • He sounded as if he relished the idea of carting her about like a sack.

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  • The practice known as 'carting' is illegal and the hunting community has long maintained that it doesn't exist.

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  • Graydon, Alexander, his account of the "carting" of Isaac Hunt, 105;

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  • There are some operations, such as carting and spreading dung, and all work with the fork, spade, or shovel, at which his Irishmen will do, he thinks, over

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  • And the feeling inside the Governors Ball that night was that the show's new pieces of flair -- "innovations" such as carting out former acting winners to hand out awkward praise to nominees they likely didn't care much about -- merely added a lighter shade of rouge to the aging starlet.

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