from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A primitive form of the potters' wheel operated by the foot of the workman.
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I'm rushing to get a front seat for the kick-wheel demonstration.
Only 20 x 12 'in size, there's just enough space inside for a table, a built-in couch, a sink that uses captured rainwater, and a potter's kick-wheel for Anne.
44 In fact, Lawton found that, in the large ceramic factories in Lourenço Marques, Xai Xai, and Xinavane (15 km east of Magude town), as well as in the "numerous independent, one-man factories in this region, owned by Bantu men who have mastered the techniques of the kick-wheel," 45 the bulk of the vessels made were still "traditional" in form.