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n.1.A framework moving on casters, designed to support children while learning to walk.
2.A cart used to carry heavy items and pushed by a person; it may have one, two or four wheels.
3.a small carriage in which a baby or child is pushed around.
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They ate very simply, but she liked to take a long time to buy the few things they needed; she could not be bothered to cook anything for her dinner, but made herself some cocoa and ate bread and butter; then she took the baby out in the gocart, and when she came in spent the rest of the afternoon in idleness.
0 [micro]m in radius) and air stream movement, GOCART assesses dust sources and estimates annual emissions and their path.
Since its formal introduction earlier this year, goCart has been working with several dozen major online retailers on performance-focused programs that utilize ValueClick Media's expansive set of interactive advertising capabilities, assembled and tailored in a way that specifically addresses the needs of online retailers.
The goCart solution accesses ValueClick Media's proprietary database of anonymous user profiles to arrive at a structured plan for online retailers to reach their desired audience.
GoCart enables consumers to comparison shop while on the go, simply by scanning any product's barcode with the phone's built-in camera.
has seen items sale or been Thieves forced their way into out buildings on the farm before fleeing with the gocarts.
Neighbourhood Inspector for Durham City Paul Anderson said: "The gocarts are unusual and I would urge anybody who say anything suspicious around the farm over night between August 26 and August 27 to get in touch.
Play equipment, such as gocarts, have also been bought.
Most drivers of Indy cars have worked their way to the top by running the various levels, from gocarts to Formula Fords.
There are 25ft giant drop slides, ball pools, rope bridges, tube slides, climbing walls, mini electric gocarts and a laser space sport arena.