- barrow: a cart for carrying small loads; has handles and one or more wheels
- A small cart with a single wheel at the front and two supporting legs and two handles at the rear, used typically for carrying loads in building-work or gardening
- transport in a wheelbarrow
- The Wheelbarrow is a remotely controlled robot designed by Lieutenant-Colonel ‘Peter’ Miller in 1972 for use by British Army bomb disposal teams operating in Northern Ireland (321 EOD), mainland Britain (11 EOD Regiment) and Iraq.
- of or relating to vehicles with two wheels; “a two-wheeled cart”
two wheel wheelbarrow – Little Tikes
day two ninety eight. sweet surrender.
the plan was to seem helpless, but to actually Feel completely helpless was a trip. man, i’m a control freak.
two wheel wheelbarrow
Guardian journalist Matt Seaton is one of cycling’s greatest advocates. An out-and-out bike nut, he rides to work during the week, races at the weekend and has even been known to attend transport policy conferences in between.
In this collection, Seaton not only explores a nation’s rediscovered love of cycling, he also investigates the issues that affect all cyclists, from potholes and town planning to cycling etiquette and aesthetics. Whether you’re a commuter or a competitive racer, a recreational rider or a cycle tourist, this book will prove irresistible – and enlightening – reading.