trindle

Related to trindle: trundle, tinder

trindle

(ˈtrɪndəl)
vb
to (cause to) move heavily on (or as if on) wheels
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Firefighters battled the blaze at a former pub that had been converted to flats on Trindle Road, on Saturday night.
West Shore Home, which specializes in replacement windows, doors, showers, baths and walk-in tubs, this year moved its call center operations out of the company's headquarters on Simpson Ferry Road and into a larger office at 4660 Trindle Road in Hampden Township.
Ariodante became a Lyric's debut for all of these talented people, including English actress, puppeteer and associate puppetry director Kate Colebrook, British actor and puppeteer Sam Clark, Portugal-born actor and puppeteer Tommy Luther, and British actor and puppeteer John Trindle.
Jewellery is something that Lisa has been keen to add to the stock at the gallery, and from the end of August there will be some must-have jewellery by Su Trindle for sale at the Gallery.
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"We had two suppliers previously--four products--but we refocused, streamlined and changed to all single origin coffee sourced from only Swiss Water," said Andi Trindle Mersch, director of coffee at Philz.
The 64-year-old 1992 F1 world champion raced against brothers Dylan, 8, and six-year-old Simon Trindle on the Cruise and Blast computer game at Birmingham's Vortex Gaming centre at Resorts World, near the NEC.
| Formula 1 world champion took on brothers Dylan, 8, and six-year-old Simon Trindle at a driving arcade game - and won
The project covers an area stretching between Trindle Road and King Street, up to the Flood St roundabout.
(74.) See Jamila Trindle, Preventing the Next Argentina, FOREIGN POLICY (Sep.
The proposals cover an area stretching between Trindle Road and King Street, and between Flood Street and Oakeywell Street.
Treasury on TTIP, see Jamila Trindle & Tom Fairless, U.S.