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Cot, gurney, stretcher, trolley Medtalk A narrow movable bed used to transport Pts or maintain them in a horizontal position in emergency or critical care settings Vox populi A non-self-propelled multiwheel structure designed to carry a load. See Crash cart, Shopping cart.
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GPS tracking systems - A GPS tracking system allows stores to keep track of shopping carts
Another shopping cart issue is the dreaded "wobbly wheel." Sadly, most customers have actually come to expect that poor performing carts will be part of their shopping experience.
A virtual shopping cart is a necessary tool for online shopping.
Now a high school freshman, Melissa also loves singing and sports, and has a second-degree black belt -- to go with her first-degree "conveyor belt" in shopping carts.
As strange as it might seem, more children suffer head injuries in shopping cart mishaps than they do from accidents involving strollers, high chairs and a host of other children's products.
A couple of aisles away, Jason, a five-year-old Briton, is also on his own with a small shopping cart. Being older, he knows exactly what he wants: two packets of Apple Elephant biscuits, a cup of Andechser chocolate cream pudding, a plain organic pretzel and a pouch of Sunblast apple and black currant juice.
Magento is the gold standard (in my mind) of shopping carts. It has a solid foundation as a community edition, but also sports a commercial edition called Enterprise.
Children sustain injuries from shopping carts in a variety of ways.
Wilson said abandoned shopping carts are sometimes a significant problem in Eugene, where they are retrieved by employees of the Public Works Department and returned to their stores when possible.
Company: Smarte Carte Inc., a concessionaire and supplier of carts and cart-vending equipment to airports; strollers and shopping carts to shopping malls; and electronic lockers to airports, bus stations, amusement parks, shopping malls and ski resorts.
Francisco Toledo, Mexico's most luminous painter, who had single-handedly kept a McDonald's out of Oaxaca city's colonial plaza (which like Teotihuacan is a UNESCO World Heritage Site), drew pictures of monkeys pushing shopping carts beneath the pyramids of "Teotihualmart," as social critic Carlos Monsivais tagged it.
Most consumers still shop at stores that use traditional shopping carts that they unload onto the checkout lane.