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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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Critique: Impressively informative, exceptionally well written, deftly organized and presented, the depth and scope of Candy Moulton's exhaustive research and remarkable detail make "The Mormon Handcart Migration an essential and unreservedly recommended addition to the history of the Mormons in the American West for personal reading lists, as well as community and academic library Mormon History and 19th Century American History collections and supplemental studies lists.
The book contains illustrations by Utah-area artists some descended from the handcart pioneers themselves depicting the landscapes and people in the story.
They walked while pushing or pulling a handcart, re-enacting a chapter of U.S.
Based on a true historical incident, the novel colorfully depicts the historical background of the Mormon handcart companies' trek to escape religious persecution and build a new city in the American desert.
Marathon has also developed a handcart to go with the balers that will enable employees to move the bales out of the store to a designated pickup area.
They said the bomb planted in a handcart went off in a busy street in Islamagarh, a town near Muzaffarabad, where people were enjoying the performance of street entertainers after Friday prayers.
Erdmann, a University of California, Berkeley biologist working in Indonesia, spotted a dead coelacanth on a handcart as he and his bride arrived at a fish market a year ago.
Emigrants would walk west, carrying their belongings in handcarts. As it worked out, the ranks of these handcart pioneers included a high percentage of women and children and the elderly.
Mind, Body, Soul, 1997, consisted of a large rectangular block of wood, some rope, and a handcart. It was as if everything depended on this red-painted wagon hefting the wooden corpus held in place by the rope: the podium-shaped wood block, the exhibition, maybe even the fate of the soul itself.
A man pulling a handcart was carrying a paper lantern.
The board meeting approved extension in the services of all daily wage employees of RCB, imposition of composition fee on illegal construction and new handcart licenses for Cantt areas through contract.
A 29 years' old Abdullah hailing from Bajaur agency is one such example, who sell peanuts, corn seeds and black chickpeas on a wooden handcart having built-in oven since his adulthood.