potters wheel


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pot′ter's wheel`


n.
a device with a rotating horizontal disk upon which clay is molded by a potter.
[1720–30]
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But as Affleck spends an eon mourning for his lost love played by Rooney Mara, I began longing for the grubby pleasures of Demi Moore and her potters wheel from 1990s weepie, Ghost.
The supermarket, built on the site of the former Potters Wheel bar and pub on Precinct Way, starts trading at 8am.
Their potters wheel is of the type that does not depend on electricity to function and requires no expert know-how for its construction and repairs.
They have one that looks like it has been hand thrown on a potters wheel, it very organic and beautiful in its simplicity.
A section of A692 between Potters Wheel crossroads and Pack Horse cross roads was closed to allow emergency services to respond and diversions were put in place.
As a post-modern master of that traditionally magical object - the potters wheel, Sheherezade Alam revives in order to extend the significance of earth in the aesthetic of the East, it is only in celebration of what that tradition achieved and what she can add to it.
Police said yesterday: "Officers are particularly keen to speak to anyone who was in the White Lion pub or the Potters Wheel between 9pm on Saturday 8 May and 12.
The demonstrations focus on the spontaneity of Japanese pottery and on demonstrating throwing very large ceramic forms on the potters wheel.
More than 40 organisations were represented in the march, which started at the Guild Hall and stopped for a two-minute silence outside the Potters Wheel pub where Mr Karim was allegedly attacked.
I used a discarded toy potters wheel, but any flat spinnable object, like a lazy susan will work.