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also car·ri·ole  (kăr′ē-ōl′)
1. A small, open, two- or four-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse.
2. A light, often covered cart.

[French carriole, from Old Provençal carriola, diminutive of carri, chariot, from Latin carrus, a Gallic type of wagon; see kers- in Indo-European roots.]


(ˈkærɪˌəʊl) or


1. a small open two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle
2. a covered cart
[C19: from French carriole, ultimately from Latin carrus; see car]
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Il est ordonne a tousles Capitaines de Milice entre Trois Rivieres et Cap Sante de fournir a Monsieur McKenna une Cariole gratis pour le mener a tous ces endroits ou ses occupations spirituelles le demandent.
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The theory of rotating fluids is highly important due to its occurrence in various natural phenomena and for its applications in various technological situations, which are directly governed by the action of Carioles force.
In the coordinates rotating together with the elastic ring the equation of its motion, taking into account the Carioles and centrifugal accelerations as with some simplifications and assumptions, will be as follows