How To Use Wheeled In A Sentence

  • It freewheeled down the hill and collided with the car in which Mrs Reilly and her daughter were travelling.
  • Spider crabs stalked the seabed; wrasse, blennies, shannies and rockling darted over the reefs, and pollack wheeled overhead.
  • Doctors put her on a respirator and wheeled her downstairs to the intensive care unit.
  • The rotorcraft rose and wheeled in a wide arc, gaining height. KARA KUSH
  • As he wheeled once more she caught a glimpse of his face, almost indistinguishable beneath the mask of dirt and blood.
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  • They have secured a deal to supply Waterford City Council with about 32,000 wheeled bins.
  • Mrs. Lopez wheeled around and whispered something in Eddie's ear.
  • There was an awkward semicircle of wheeled vehicles arranged around the wreck, all black and white with lights on.
  • For those who like to roll and rock, an 8,000-square-foot roller-skating rink, complete with nighttime deejays and "old-school" wheeled rental skates, is opening next week beneath the northernmost open end of the High Line. High Line on a Roll
  • The vehicle is robustly built for carrier take-off and landings and uses a conventional wheeled take-off and landing with an arrestor hook.
  • The trashcan is wheeled, so the whole can be lifted and rolled, though it would require some effort.
  • I was overwhelmed by a feeling of helplessness as I watched her being wheeled into the operating theatre.
  • The horseman gave a cry of astonishment and pleasure, and without a word wheeled his horse and galloped past back at headlong speed toward the castle. The Boy Knight
  • It was in this condition that I remember seeing her as her father wheeled her into the courtroom.
  • The sword wheeled and fell, and lo! the shield of the Saracen was severed in two. The Brethren
  • Here I was being wheeled in the operating room for a serious procedure on my right knee.
  • Whenever a young footballer goes off the rails, these ‘survivors’ are always wheeled out to sermonise about the dangers of addiction.
  • Actually, this last argument has been wheeled out this season by conservatives.
  • It will see standard grey household waste bins being emptied fortnightly instead of weekly, while new green wheeled bins for garden waste are collected on alternate weeks from 60,000 homes in the city.
  • Intellect Ltd. This Chinese postcard, from the 1980s, depicts ground-to-ground long-range missiles being wheeled through Beijing in a military parade. Greetings From Los Alamos!
  • I wheeled with the stars, my heart broke free on the open sky.
  • The train is not only faster and cleaner, but with an operating sound output of 0.1dB, is also significantly quieter than buses or the precarious three wheeled tuk-tuks.
  • Stretched upon a low child's bed, of the sort called trundle-bed in those days, which could be wheeled under the high-legged bed of the parents, lay the bridegroom, in his wedding-dress and gaitered shoes, with his steeple-crowned hat upon the faded calico quilt beside him, and his face as red as burning fever could make it. The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times
  • The big steel gates opened again and a three wheeled motorcycle drove in pulling a low trailer upon which were perched two plain wood coffins.
  • At 7 a.m. on January 20, orderlies wheeled Julian toward the center's sixth - floor operating suite.
  • And behold, Sharrkan and his men charged down upon the Infidels and cut off their retreat and wheeled and tourneyed among the ranks; when lo! The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Although the first Riley was a neat four-wheeled voiturette with a single-cylinder engine, production vehicles were initially motor tricycles; tricars were made until 1907.
  • So might a concert pianist, accustomed to performing on a Steinway grand, have been shocked when they wheeled in an old joanna from a neighbourhood pub.
  • With a rapid, jingling drive to the harbour in a two - wheeled machine (which Captain Mitchell called a curricle) behind a fleet and scraggy mule beaten all the time by an obviously Neapolitan driver, the cycle would be nearly closed before the lighted-up offices of the O.S. N. Company, remaining open so late because of the steamer. Nostromo: a Tale of the Seaboard
  • Whenever I wheeled past her bed on my way to physical therapy, I observed the difference: Ada had given up. THE STAPLE STREET GANG: MANDY AND THE PURPLE SPOTTED HANKY
  • She pinwheeled end-over-end and out of sight as I hopped up and down, holding my right foot and grimacing like Oliver Hardy.
  • On one eventful night we saw some refuse fish being wheeled off in a barrow, and we begged leave to abstract a fish, which was -- I say it without fear of contradiction -- the knobbiest and scaliest member of the finny tribe. The Chequers Being the Natural History of a Public-House, Set Forth in a Loafer's Diary
  • As gannets wheeled and dived into the blue-green waters, Muiris scattered most of the ashes over the sea.
  • I was 9 and learning the game from my father and grandfather; I pinwheeled my bat in imitation, and exuded joy every time I picked up my mitt.
  • On to Redlands Quarry where oystercatchers wheeled around gantries and mountains of gravel.
  • I didn't have to pedal at all, I just freewheeled and freewheeled, all the time picking up more and more speed.
  • A constellation of stars was wheeled out to plug new products. Times, Sunday Times
  • He turned around and wheeled his dolly toward a stack of boxes.
  • As a dream, the concept can be dated back at least to Leonardo da Vinci, who doodled a round, wheeled, armoured vehicle with cannon firing out of ports.
  • But at his best he was also capable of delivering among the most clinical yorkers in the game, the ball arrowing in toward the batsman's toes, often leaving them sprawled on the floor as they jabbed their bat futilely at the ground as the stumps cartwheeled behind them. The Paradox of Shoaib Akhtar
  • He swore as he bent low over the bars, angrily straining on the pedals, gathering speed as he wheeled round the corner and into the drive.
  • There are plenty of hackney cabs and coaches too; gigs, phaetons, large-wheeled tilburies, and private carriages - rather of a clumsy make, and not very different from the public vehicles, but built for the heavy roads beyond the city pavement.
  • Barrel rolls, loops and dives featured as the three aircraft wheeled gracefully over the expanse of Sydney Harbour.
  • Mr. Beaumont wheeled around and stared directly at Mathias.
  • A two-wheeled vehicle, called a tartana, very much resembling a covered cart, was to be the travelling equipage of a young The Alhambra
  • One minute the afternoon air had been filled with the chatter of swifts as the birds wheeled through the air above the town's streets. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spider crabs stalked the seabed; wrasse, blennies, shannies and rockling darted over the reefs, and pollack wheeled overhead.
  • The central part of the nigrescent parade was drawn by a steam engine wholly different in appearance, this one looking less like a maladroit tin shed mounted upon a wheeled chassis and a lot more like a vehicle designed for such labour as this.
  • At Wembley, still seeking low-gear fitness, at times he brought to mind not so much a young Alan Shearer as the old Alan Shearer, a single pummelling shooting boot, to be unpackaged and wheeled about the park like a rust-bound first world war field gun. England's Andy Carroll is not the first with a thirst for success | Barney Ronay
  • He wheeled and faced his opponent squarely.
  • She carefully wheeled her suitcase over the track closer to the station, and began to await the eastbound train.
  • It looks like a motorized version of a child's two-wheeled scooter.
  • As the young orderly wheeled me to my brother's hospital room, on one weekday evening, I had time to think.
  • Then he lifted its head, wheeled it about by the ammonite, spirograph shells of its horns till its eyes, on stalks, looked back at its bones. Archive 2009-02-01
  • But yesterday, I motored to a place called Atlantic City where they sell picture post-cards and push you in a wheeled chair and let you sit on the sand and watch the Water Babies, whom the policemen send to jail if they so much as walk along the beach without their stockings on. The Prairie Child
  • The nurse wheeled the dinner up.
  • The gums were full of budgies, skawking and whistling their parodies of songbirds; finches wheeled from branch to branch; two sulphur-crested cockatoos sat with their heads to one side watching her progress with twinkling eyes; willy-wagtails fossicked in the dirt for ants, their absurd rumps bobbing; crows carked eternally and mournfully. The Thorn Birds
  • Celebrities were wheeled out, and they'd just stand there and tell anecdotes.
  • While the city has since lost much of its lustre, our rubber-wheeled underground public transportation system remains something still worth showing off.
  • The actor later revealed that the taxmen came calling with this notice even as he was being wheeled in for surgery at the Leelavati Hospital in Mumbai.
  • From Italian tartana, Arabic taridha; a similar word being used in Valencia and Grand Canary for a two-wheeled open cart. Travels through France and Italy
  • Then Bruce wheeled her out the way Grandpere Jack would wheel a wagonful of cow manure, his head back and his arms extended so the stench would be as far away from him as possible. Pearl in The Mist
  • Gulls wheeled and screamed over the first slug of spawning candlefish.
  • While the Earth wheeled around its sun, so I was privileged to hear, that earth and its moon wheeled around each other.
  • Gulls wheeled and pitched over abrupt flurries of small baitfish, and the ripe scent of feeding fish was in the air.
  • An occasional tonga clattered by, the driver and his passenger perched atop the two-wheeled wooden cart pulled by a donkey daring enough to brave the traffic. Beneath My Mother’s Feet
  • Then we freewheeled down a long steep descent, right down to the bottom of the valley and across the bridge at Ghulmet.
  • Hearing a slight noise to her left, she wheeled round again and stormed along the corridor, cursing Brunton's obsession with mazes.
  • Zoe screeched and pinwheeled her arms as if trying to drive away a horde of mosquitoes, knocking his own arm down.
  • Turkey Vultures wheeled over the highway; another flapped awkwardly against the cool air.
  • The nose unit is twin - wheeled and retracts rearward.
  • The sale of wheeled suitcases should be restricted to people who have attended an approved safety course. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the leaves were done, many barrowloads of chips were wheeled from the wood to the shed, and another dollar earned. Little Men: Life at Plumfield With Jo's Boys
  • The most obvious advantage of magnetic levitation is the absence of friction that would normally be present in wheeled vehicles. A ride on the Shanghai maglev train « Skulls in the Stars
  • Tractor trailer wheeled mobile robot system is composed of a tractor and multiple trailers, its motion trajectories are much more complex than that for single body robot.
  • The company said its six-wheeled vehicle, capable of traveling on land and water, was based on the "classic World War II 'DUKW' amphibious design. Local News from Tuscaloosa News
  • We retraced our steps to the "First and Last House in England," where we found our driver waiting for us with his conveyance, which we had now time to examine, and found to be a light, rickety, two-wheeled cart of ancient but durable construction, intended more for use than ornament, and equivalent to the more northern shandrydan or shandry. From John O'Groats to Land's End
  • Sitara wheeled around in surprise, to come face to face with Rolan Snow.
  • Goodwick DJ, Eugene French, spun discs between bands, but most of the spinning came from Circus Malarky, who cartwheeled, juggled and unicycled their way through the night.
  • Ullrich performed a two-wheeled sidestep around the pair and, as professional cycling ethics dictate, the entire lead group slowed while Armstrong and Mayo remounted.
  • He made a pass across the small cluster of dwellings, wheeled and dipped down for a second pass.
  • She was renewing all her whispered and out-spoken charges when Dickery showed himself at her side, put his hand under her elbow, and wheeled her about, and while she called gayly over her shoulder to the others, "Did you ever?" walked her definitively out of the house. A Pair of Patient Lovers
  • The rink will literally be smashed up, the ice wheeled out in barrows and deposited in an environmentally friendly fashion.
  • The chair uses a computerized system of sensors, gyroscopes, and electric motors to convert itself from a standard four-wheeled chair to an elevated chair balanced on only two wheels.
  • Pathan, perhaps not fully fit, wheeled away without joy, never managing the curl in to the right-handers that made him so deadly just a few months ago, and he finished the series with two sad attempts at slower balls that ended up as beamers.
  • They wheeled in the rocket scientists, who started to carve up mortgage securities into itty-bitty pieces.
  • First off, knowing what I know now, this man should have been wheeled into the Operating Room straight from Casualty for Emergency Surgery.
  • So said she had fallen asleep in a tuk-tuk, a three-wheeled taxi cab.
  • She rode in back of the station wagon, probably on a wheeled stretcher, with a battery-run respirator on her chest.
  • Using rubber band tracks, which are currently enjoying a worldwide revival of popularity, would reduce the vulnerability of wheeled vehicles.
  • The old-school wheeled contraption barreled down the road faster than Marcus or Trevor expected.
  • A constellation of stars was wheeled out to plug new products. Times, Sunday Times
  • A very short trial convinced her that a curricle was the prettiest equipage in the world; the chaise and four wheeled off with some grandeur, to be sure, but it was a heavy and troublesome business, and she could not easily forget its having stopped two hours at Petty France. Northanger Abbey
  • Dishes were wheeled out with due dignity on well-draped traymobiles.
  • The American wheeled around on his great bay horse and galloped off in the direction of the American lines. THE HUNTING OF MAN
  • As I freewheeled and carefully negotiated the ruts, I enjoyed views of Wetwang, partially hidden in trees, and surrounded by all that cultivated land Sir Tatton was describing.
  • Just think if you recycled all of these materials you won't need to stand on your wheeled bin to squeeze that last bit of space out of it and you might get your lid the whole way down!
  • The nature of my injury meant that, for several days, I could not move or be wheeled to the lavatory, so bedpans were the only option.
  • Ere he had reached the corner, a gowl of anger and grief struck his ear, and he wheeled eagerly. The House with the Green Shutters
  • 1 iron wheeled open cart (1943) stolen by Germans.1 complete forrager 4m loaded, shelled in barricade. WHITE LIES
  • Mattresses were brought up from the cellars and pitched all over the corridors: meals consisted of sandwiches and Victory Coffee wheeled round on trolleys by attendants from the canteen. Nineteen Eighty-four
  • She made a slight bow and wheeled to the next desk.
  • Automatic guided vehicle(AGV) is a kind of wheeled mobile robot(WMR), which is used to convey the material in flexible manufacture system(FMS).
  • Two more teenagers pushed a creaking wheeled cart supporting a huge frosted cake through the doors.
  • When they wheeled him out he was vaguely conscious, twitching slightly less, but bleeding copiously. Archive 2009-03-01
  • Labour's big guns were wheeled out in York today, three days before the city's crucial Bootham ward by-election.
  • Right, the afternoon's getting on and I've got a date with a hoagie, a newspaper, some greenery and a two-wheeled fun machine.
  • We came through Bari, which involved long waits between connections and a lumbering run along the waterfront to the ferry in Patras, with wheeled case bouncing behind.
  • Assorted community groups were wheeled out to be presented with cheques for a couple of thousand dollars here and there.
  • I presume that by ‘scooters’ he means the 4-wheeled mobility buggies, sales of which have boomed in the last couple of years.
  • Red Rover, a four-wheeled robot that has become a local celebrity in robot circles, made an appearance.
  • The Welshman, who had stepped away from Livingston's timorous back line, seemed almost to be in the prone position when he wheeled to thrash a low volley inside the left-hand post.
  • But in Folkestone, the sun glinted off the sea and vagrant scavenging gulls wheeled around.
  • But the excellent spahi, whom my letter from head-quarters had considerably impressed, busied himself meanwhile on my behalf, and at seven in the morning a springless, open, two-wheeled Arab cart, drawn by a moth-eaten old mule, was ready for my conveyance to Gafsa. Fountains in the Sand Rambles Among the Oases of Tunisia
  • I freewheeled down the hill to the village.
  • But a new study says less than half of all kids 5 to 14 actually wear their helmets, when on bikes, skateboards, scooters and other wheeled toys.
  • She had already amassed four dustbins before the recent delivery of her wheeled bin.
  • So the disprized little gifts of God were bumped up the church steps, wheeled up the aisle, and bestowed in a prominent spot before the chancel rail. New Faces
  • She hated being wheeled round in a wheelchair.
  • We can see that it is at the bottom of the mound of debris, on a relatively flat surface and it is likely that the "gurney" itself has been wheeled to the position. We need to know the truth
  • Having carefully observed the horsemen, conversed awhile with the cavaliers, and bidden them farewel, the band wheeled round the court, and, led by Verezzi, issued forth under the portcullis; Montoni following to the portal, and gazing after them for some time. The Mysteries of Udolpho
  • "See ya, " said Ian and wheeled the bike home, sucking peppermints.
  • I sensed that he was waiting for me to break the tension, perhaps to take his cue from me; above us a gyre of gulls wheeled and protested. COASTLINERS
  • A couple of expert financial analysts were wheeled on to explain that this fraudulent behaviour, far from involving only a few isolated cases, is now extremely common.
  • Children danced by the bandstand and cartwheeled across the grass, while others enjoyed a picnic or stretched out to soak up the sunshine.
  • Thunder rolled out long and rough as a wooden-wheeled, ox-drawn tumbrel. A DARKENING STAIN
  • The heaviest were the artillery, including four 12-pounder naval guns mounted on wheeled carriages, six 6-pounder field guns, four 8-inch howitzers, and fifteen Coehorn mortars; each 12-pounder weighed over a ton. George Washington’s First War
  • Rural householders now have a brown wheeled bin, a white bag for cardboard, a green box for cans and glass and a white bag for paper.
  • I realized this design would constitute a hitherto unstudied class of wheeled mobile robots.
  • Louis wheeled around, took a camelhair brush from a copper pan of orange paint, and dashed a heart on the back of her hand. The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre
  • John Paul's pain-racked, palsied old body is wheeled about on casters, his voice a shadow of its old, booming self.
  • As Mr Crummles had a strange four – legged animal in the inn stables, which he called a pony, and a vehicle of unknown design, on which he bestowed the appellation of a four – wheeled phaeton, Nicholas proceeded on his journey next morning with greater ease than he had expected: the manager and himself occupying the front seat: and the Master Nicholas Nickleby
  • With a deft flick of the reins, the policeman wheeled his mount and together they stood their ground, motionless, man and horse looking down at that ill mannered citified pup.
  • The nurse wheeled him along the corridor.
  • Then the Air Force, realizing the barrens was a difficult part of the country to operate in and the planes quite largely avoided it before the war, and the distances were very great and as they were using mainly wheeled aircraft they had to drop their supplies, and fly seven hundred miles in and back and the 1,400 miles was quite a long flight. Exercise Muskox
  • a two-wheeled tumbrel: According to the OED, a tumbrel is a cart constructed so that the body tilts backwards to empty out the load, such as a dung-cart. Editorial Notes to 'Letter to the Women of England'
  • Above him, sea birds wheeled and called and although he couldn't see a beach, he could hear the gentle wash of waves on the shore.
  • In Congress, the word sidecar doesn't call up images of a one-wheeled device precariously attached to a motorcycle — but it's a risky vehicle all the same. A Bumpy Ride
  • A moped is a two - or three-wheeled vehicle propelled by an internal combustion engine or battery-powered motor. pal-item.com - Local News
  • I'd freewheeled down the hill, trees flashing past, the late summer sunlight flickering above my head.
  • This car rides like the granite-wheeled sedans on The Flintstones.
  • The wheeled sport park, which will include facilities for skateboarders, BMX bikers and rollerblades, will be set up on Edgeside Estate, Edgeside, Waterfoot.
  • Buses and two wheeled vehicles would also benefit as the curbside lane becomes available to them without interference from pedestrians and slow vehicles.
  • The tiny airships, dispatched from the warships, contained but two men each, and over all cities, towns, and villages they wheeled and curved, one man directing the ship, the other man throwing over the glass tubes. THE UNPARALLELED INVASION
  • They look to the sky where at dawn the parents wheeled out in dark clouds of birds, to fish all day at sea.
  • It is believed the plane cartwheeled across a rocky plateau before the starboard wing burst into flames.
  • But the company is considering resuming operations at its Ogawa, Tochigi and Hamamatsu plants, which make parts for four-wheeled vehicles sometime this week, depending on the status of parts procurement, the Honda spokeswoman said. Toyota, Honda Delay Plant Restarts to Weekend
  • Street entertainers including clowns, acrobats, jugglers, and even walking wheeled dustbins and flower planters will entertain the crowds around town centre streets.
  • Carl wheeled the bike closer to the house and knelt down and began to check it over for signs of obvious damage.
  • The little grey had evidently thought it was too hot for any thing in his line; but as soon as he noticed any thing like game in his companion, his head went down as usual; and after a little hard running, we brushed by the old fellow, made the requisite heading, wheeled, passing the forker on the larboard quarter, and made the circuit, to his great satisfaction. The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, January 1844 Volume 23, Number 1
  • He introduced ambulances volantes, light, two-wheeled, sprung vehicles, drawn by two horses, for the rapid evacuation of the wounded.
  • He practically wheeled full round, sweeping the gallery with a commanding, imperious glare. GOTHIC PURSUIT
  • The town's economy now resembles a comatose patient on a gurney, ready to be wheeled who knows where.
  • Kate wheeled her bike into the garage.
  • It will see standard grey household waste bins being emptied fortnightly instead of weekly, while new green wheeled bins for garden waste are collected on alternate weeks from 60,000 homes in the city.
  • The bekk handled the six-wheeled ground vehicle like a drunk handled his tankard of bloodwine—carelessly, with much unnecessary bobbing and weaving and the ever-present threat of the insides being spilled out. Star Trek: Myriad Universes: Shattered Light
  • Stone slapped the switch of the autopilot to off and wheeled the Bertram to the north-west, increasing power to maximum revs. CORMORANT
  • She and her daughter, habited in their night clothes, had apparently been occupied in arranging some papers in the iron chest already mentioned, which had been wheeled into the middle of the room.
  • It would be highly embarrassing for the Russian government to come out and say publicly, "Yes, this man Khintsagov, who by all measures did not have a very good education, and who had wheeled and dealed in furs and things like that for a living, actually had at his disposal two kilograms of bomb-grade uranium. Uranium on the Loose
  • The single-engine Piper Cherokee had taken off from El Monte Airport, about two miles away, but it must have come down right away: it clipped the roof of a nearby house, cartwheeled into two parked cars and smashed into the freeway wall. Fallin’ Up
  • In the television studio various experts were wheeled out to analyse and speculate.
  • After this unmatchable early peak, the usual karaoke classics were wheeled out.
  • Red deer stags greeted me on the ridge crest and a buzzard wheeled away over the corrie below.
  • One minute the afternoon air had been filled with the chatter of swifts as the birds wheeled through the air above the town's streets. Times, Sunday Times
  • Grandpa, a war hero, is wheeled daily to locations where his medals and upturned hat promote a torrent of coins.
  • Automatic guided vehicle(AGV) is a kind of wheeled mobile robot(WMR), which is used to convey the material in flexible manufacture system(FMS).
  • The sale of wheeled suitcases should be restricted to people who have attended an approved safety course. Times, Sunday Times
  • To carry wheeled traffic from one side to the other and avoid the steep gully in between - with the Cowgate at the bottom - a flat platform was needed and Adam came up with the practical solution.
  • He was as much at home in the saddle as an English fox-hunter or a Don Cossack, and the only wheeled vehicles in his spacious carriage-house were the heavy family coach, and the light sulky in which his summer trips were made between the pineland and the plantation. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 097, January, 1876
  • The usual suspects were wheeled out to make a comment.
  • He was greeted with a band and wheeled down the streets after being forklifted into a truck.
  • The council budgeted for three per cent of households to use black bags instead of wheeled bins.
  • As a wheeled cart with a closed-circuit television connection to JAMA's office in Tokyo rolled back and forth, Mr. Shiga looked to a senior vice president who had just overseen an annual disaster-preparedness drill three weeks before, Hitoshi Kawaguchi . Nissan Rallies After Terrifying Shake
  • The Piaggio MP3 is a tilting three-wheeled scooter from the Italian manufacturer Piaggio. WN.com - Articles related to Ganesh utsav to be tobacco and alcohol free
  • Outside the dolium were a banquet service consisting of a small bronze and iron table, ribbed bronze phialai (libation bowls), and other vessels; an ax, lance, helmet, and scepter; and the iron fittings of a two-wheeled chariot. Dig Like a Surgeon
  • But as his stretcher is wheeled past the crime scene, he knows this is no random act of violence. The Pain Nurse by Jon Talton: Book summary
  • For some reason, the papers were wheeled around the hall in supermarket trolleys.
  • So did the early Indo Europeans till the land and possess wheeled vehicles?
  • Looking frail in a light-blue short-sleaved shirt with a brown blanket over his lap, King Bhumibol was wheeled into a cordoned-off area of the hospital compound, at one point slowly raising his arm and maintaining his signature solemn expression. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
  • I glanced over and almost leapt out of my skin to see Will being wheeled into the room in a blue hospital wheelchair, a look of martyred boredom on his face, mingled with a sneaky eagerness and a hint of shame.
  • He wheeled the trolley down the corridor and disappeared with it into the service lift.
  • She began to sit up and he cartwheeled over her back, forcing her back on the ground.
  • So whenever a blockbuster is wheeled out for some pre-release drum-beating there is a pretty good chance Bruckheimer will be on that publicity merry-go-round.
  • I took the barrow handles and wheeled it away, biting my lips, for it had suddenly struck me that Sir Francis thought that I was talking to a boy who was my companion in the workhouse, and it seemed as if fate was fixing the term pauper upon me so tightly that I should not be able to get it removed. Brownsmith's Boy A Romance in a Garden
  • Then we freewheeled down countless switchbacks to Sangdu, nestled in the corner of a wide earthy valley dotted with ponies, pigs and yaks.
  • For three years, he has been developing Arnold, a three-wheeled robot which is the size of a small dog, and has a passing resemblance to one too.
  • The most obvious advantage of magnetic levitation is the absence of friction that would normally be present in wheeled vehicles. A ride on the Shanghai maglev train « Skulls in the Stars
  • The American wheeled around on his great bay horse and galloped off in the direction of the American lines. THE HUNTING OF MAN
  • Set on a swiveling ten-wheeled base allowing natural movement and positioning, the Gladis lounge chair radiates an ethereal quality enhanced by its hand-stitched details, thus providing a ripple effect, reminiscent of the fluid forms found in nature. New Furniture and Lighting by Ayala Serfaty for Aqua Creations
  • He pinwheeled with one arm, then yanked me toward him with the arm he had a hold of.
  • It was a two-wheeled vehicle, which claimed none of the modern appellations of tilbury, tandem, dennet, or the like; but aspired only to the humble name of that almost forgotten accommodation, a whiskey; or, according to some authorities, a tim-whiskey. Saint Ronan's Well
  • He wheeled about and faced his opponent squarely.
  • The corridor opened into a larger room occupied by a number of wheeled dumpsters; the floor was covered with scattered refuse and detritus.
  • Images of flower meadows and buttercup pastures pervade our culture - and are regularly wheeled out to sell everything from chocolate and butter to shampoo and soap powder.
  • Then the prosecution wheeled in a surprise witness.
  • One man hauls himself along on a three-wheeled skateboard, propelling himself with his one leg as his opposite hand uses a flat, iron contraption as a cane.
  • And it doesn't disappoint when the giant dentex is wheeled out, cooked in a thick crust of salt. The Sun
  • That night, Guzman slipped under a sheet into a cushioned laundry cart, and Camberos wheeled it down the prison corridors.
  • It pinwheeled into the wall, smashing Ronnie's mirror.
  • Except for the infant in the perambulator and the outwardly calm but inwardly resentful aunt, who wheeled the child up and down in a position of maximum danger just behind the unnetted goal, every one was involved. Mr. Britling Sees It Through

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