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- n. The wheel of a wagon
- n. A graphical representation of the cricket field, with lines showing the trajectories of the scoring balls hit by a batsman; singles, fours and sixes are shown in different colours.
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- n. a wheel of a wagon
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A Red man never walked on the White man's road -- the dirt was packed too hard in dry weather, mud too deep in rain, and the wagon wheel ruts reached out like White man's hands to turn the Red man's ankle, trip him up, break him down.
Abrupt, high-G pullouts had the suppressors out of their recoveries by about 3,000 feet above the ground, pulling off target just as the first bombers dived in from their wagon wheel orbits.
Jondyn and Tod climbed down from their wagon wheel just a touch too casually; Jondyn managed to stroll away, but Tod ran, looking back over his shoulder.