carriole

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car·ri·ole

 (kăr′ē-ōl′)
n.
Variant of cariole.
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carriole

(ˈkærɪˌəʊl)
n
a variant spelling of cariole
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When she went to her country-place at Prebaudet, she drove there in an old wicker carriole, hung on two straps of white leather, drawn by a wheezy mare, and scarcely protected by two leather curtains rusty with age.
Then as to the artisans and laborers who had been brought from Canada and shipped at such expense, the three most respectable, according to the captain's account, were culprits, who had fled from Canada on account of their misdeeds; the rest had figured in Montreal as draymen, barbers, waiters, and carriole drivers, and were the most helpless, worthless beings "that ever broke sea- biscuit."
Par endroits, l'Indus, large d'ordinaire de quelques centaines de metres, a gonfle jusqu'a 10 km d'une rive a l'autre, ont rapporte des journalistes de l'AFP pres de Thatta, oE une route traversait un veritable lac d'eau boueuse, engorgee par des milliers de camions, voitures, carrioles tirees par des boeufs et gens en guenilles poussant leurs troupeaux vers les collines plus a l'ouest.
Presse de nous communiquer sa passion devorante, il nous a ouvert les portes des trois remises qu'il avait fait construire pour y loger les instruments aratoires (batteuses, cribleuses, rateleuses, herseuses, charrues), les moyens de transport (traineaux, carrioles, canots, pirogue) et les outils des metiers artisanaux (rouets, metiers a tisser, scies, haches, couteaux).