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  • n. Plural form of go-cart.


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  • She took a loss on the bulkiest and heaviest toys such as pedal go-carts and electric vehicles – particularly those being shipped to remote destinations.

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  • Although Charles still took care not to have Camilla present when the boys were visiting, Highgrove remained a sanctuary for the boys, who could ride their go-carts and their ponies away from the prying lenses of the paparazzi.

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  • Which made me think of go-carts, which made me think of Zach, which was not good.

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  • All Zach wants to talk about are go-carts and Star Trek.

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  • Other men, exulting secretly, piled their goods on two-wheeled go-carts and pulled out blithely enough, only to stall at the first spot where the great round boulders invaded the trail.


  • He surprised the boys with go-carts when they were younger, and dirt bikes and cars as they got older.

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  • He climbed out of his sleeping bag to tinker with stuff, take stuff apart—everything from software to go-carts to coffeemakers.

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  • Nine-year-old boys didn't go puttering about the sky in their go-carts, visiting other realms, cleaning brothels ...

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  • He has years of experience in hockey, ski jumping, mountain biking and racing sport bikes and go-carts.

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  • Township life went on uninterrupted as a woman carrying a sack of maize on her head took a shortcut across the forecourt of the museum, kids played on homemade go-carts, and a stray dog ran through the dust.

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