jaunting car

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jaunting car

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jaunty car

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(Automotive Engineering) a light two-wheeled one-horse car, formerly widely used in Ireland
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Noun1.jaunting car - an open two-wheeled one-horse cart formerly widely used in Irelandjaunting car - an open two-wheeled one-horse cart formerly widely used in Ireland
cart - a heavy open wagon usually having two wheels and drawn by an animal
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jaunting car

[ˈdʒɔːntɪŋˌkɑːʳ] Ntílburi m (irlandés)
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com +353 87 2778828 Jaunting Cars: Contact for Jaunting Car Ride through Killarney National Park.
But then in my years and travel, which at least match the doctor's, neither did my home county Lancashire figure at all, Scotland's impact was confined to a bottle of malt, and Ireland was only associated with Hollywood's version - jaunting cars, red-haired beauties and the sinister shroud of the IRA.
The footage, which lasts more than six minutes, displays two Travellers on chariots - which they call jaunting cars - racing on the busy road with a barrage of supporters following them in convoy.
Michael had two horses and they took turns in pulling the jaunting cars, they worked two hours on and two hours resting.
3 THE JAUNTING CARS Locals call them "jarveys" and the pony-driven jaunting cars are dotted around the town and the national park area.
A SPECIAL system of horse "nappies" goes on trial this week in an effort to clean up the act of the famous jaunting cars in Killarney.
For touring, jaunting cars (see page 58) and bicycles are available for hire at the Muckross town square.
Since June jarveys driving traditional horse-drawn jaunting cars have been refused entry to Killarney National Park for ignoring calls to attach dung-catchers to their cars.
But the bye-law plan to make horses pulling jaunting cars wear the ''equine sanitary apparatus" has met with fierce opposition.
TOURIST chiefs have kicked up a stink after jaunting cars were again banned from a top tourist spot yesterday.
A novel feature of the village are the jaunting cars which may be hired on summer Sundays to take trips from the strand to the much visited open- air Calvary and Stations of the Cross at the Charity Father's Monastery.