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- n. Plural form of gocart.
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This might result from the development of small subsidiary types of craft, or "gocarts," originally designed for local exploration on other planets.
Sometimes there were as many as half a dozen gocarts outside Halpin's, each containing a sleeping burden, relaxed, chubby, fat-cheeked.
Before we could even answer him, he'd exercised his Google muscle and found that the photo came from Flickr member gocarts 'photostream, and saw that it was tagged as part of the Stowe 2001 photoset, which led Matt to believe that it was photographed at the British Invasion show, and indeed, the
But w'ah happen ta de gocarts that had ball bearing wheels or de milk can cover nail onto de end of a stick.