two-wheeled


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Adj.1.two-wheeled - of or relating to vehicles with two wheelstwo-wheeled - of or relating to vehicles with two wheels; "a two-wheeled cart"
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I never knew the carriage to go out so often before; when the mistress did not go out the master drove himself in the two-wheeled chaise; but now, whether it was master or the young ladies, or only an errand, Ginger and I were put in the carriage and James drove us.
Some of it was told by an emaciated and sceptical old fellow with a tremendous whip, while we trudged together over the sands by the side of a two-wheeled cart loaded with dripping seaweed.
Jean-Pierre brought the two-wheeled spring-cart with a rush into the yard.
Ascending by the long white road that Tess herself had just laboured up, she saw a two-wheeled vehicle, beside which walked a man, who held up his hand to attract her attention.
We'll just take one of these two-wheeled sardine tins that you people call hansoms, and get round to the hotel as quick as we can.
They told him of their little diseases, and, more important, the diseases of their tiny, sure-footed cattle; of trips as far as Kotgarh, where the strange missionaries live, and beyond even to marvellous Simla, where the streets are paved with silver, and anyone, look you, can get service with the Sahibs, who ride about in two-wheeled carts and spend money with a spade.
There was a little two-wheeled cart inscribed with the name of Thomas Lobb, Greengrocer, New Malden, with a smashed wheel and an abandoned tin trunk; there was a straw hat trampled into the now hardened mud, and at the top of West Hill a lot of blood-stained glass about the overturned water trough.
Swaffer started the mare, the deplorable being sit- ting humbly by his side, through weakness, nearly fell out over the back of the high two-wheeled cart.
Contract notice: Acquisition of personal protection equipment (epi) for two-wheeled departmental service agents
Bill 8419 defines a motorcycle as any "motor-driven two-wheeled vehicle, including scooters, mopeds and motorcycles with appendages such as sidecars, tricycles or trikes." The Land Transportation Office (LTO) was authorized to design a bigger license plate "with alphanumeric characters in large and readable font from a distance of 12 meters from the motorcycle.
He said: "It really shouldn't be underestimated how difficult a two-wheeled speed run like this is; you are always fighting to keep the car balanced right on the edge, as it tries to tip either one way or the other.
Stunt driver Grant said: "It really shouldn't be underestimated how difficult a two-wheeled speed run like this is; you are always fighting to keep the car balanced right on the edge, as it tries to tip either one way or the other.