Definitions

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.

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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