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sulky

horse-drawn, ultra-lightweight, single-seater, two-wheeled vehicle used by Standardbreds in races. Called also bike, gig.
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4 two-way sulky plow with a right-hand plow is lowered to a working position.
Jim's catalog features such 1886 merchandise as a prairie breaker plow, wood standard plow and three-wheel sulky plow.
Because, how are we going to resolve this situation if the two blokes in charge are behaving like sulky schoolboys?
So you've got the wrong-size jumper or a nasty piece of jewellery but don't get sulky and ruin the day.
NICOLAS Anelka, the sulky young Frenchman who drove Arsenal fans to distraction this summer, will be treated like a prince in Belfast.
This week, ahead of the double eviction, Cher has apparently been whingeing about her dancers while Katie has been sulky over her outfit.
Returning to the series is Gail Tilsley's sulky son Nicky, played by 16-year-old Warren Jackson, who loses his virginity after being seduced by teenage hellraiser Leanne Battersby (Jane Danson).
Bruno pulled a sulky pose and looked the other way - Glenda knew she had finally found a man who could resist her dazzling good looks.