freewheeler


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freewheeler

(ˌfriːˈwiːlə)
n
a person who is free of restraints, carefree, or uninhibited
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
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Noun1.freewheeler - someone acting freely or even irresponsibly
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
free-liver - someone who gratifies physical appetites (especially for food and drink) with more than the usual freedom
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Activities included a hands-on "Biology Basics" workshop which involved extracting DNA from strawberries using chemicals and lab equipment, and an exploration of the engineering processes involved in freewheeler vehicles during a "Wheels in Motion" session.
FREEWHEELER The wheelchair user lets go of the car and travels along the road at speed
It wouldn't be hard to fall in love with the Freewheeler even before you rode it, since it looks stunning, squatting there like a steel and chrome praying mantis waiting to pounce.
Whoever your agent, you should expect them to be the grafter, not the freewheeler. As a purchaser you should expect local specialists who know your market inside out, while having the contacts and infrastructure to bring buyers in from outside the region and, if need be, from overseas.
The foreign media did not lose the opportunity to relate, once again, the stories of his wealth and how he had managed to acquire it, berate him as more of a freewheeler than a nation-builder and observe, a politician with a 20 percent approval rating might not appear to have much to lose.
Sheila Myers, a certified short sale professional and foreclosure specialist from Freewheeler Realty in Islamorada, remains skeptical.
If you're cycling, use the Dartmoor Freewheeler, a Sunday bike minibus service that takes you up on to the moor - then you can cycle downhill all the way home!
Ne Win eventually perceived Aung Gyi as a freewheeler who would, given the opportunity, supersede him as manager of the economy.
"We've done that through clutch-to-clutch shifting technologies that eliminate all but one of the free-wheelers," says Baran "And even with that freewheeler, which is used for the 1-2 upshift, we re-use one of the existing clutches."
Dura-Flo Carton Flow combined with Creative Storage Systems' high-strength Freewheeler technology allows the user to substitute inventory or accommodate multiple carton sizes without changing system components.
THE FREEWHEELER' SYSTEM IS A NEW TYPE of conveyor, pick track and package conveying product.