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  • n  an enclosing framework on casters or wheels; helps babies learn to walk
  • n  wheeled vehicle that can be pushed by a person; may have one or two or four wheels
  • n  a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around

  • Hussein got to know Toni at go-cart races in Amman, and both are fond of fast cars, planes and dancing.
  • Bold on the ski slopes and a terror on the go-cart track, he loves plants and animals (as Charles does) and worships his older brother.
  • I would make the trek just to see the guy whose obsession is a jet engine the size of a truck muffler bolted to go-cart wheels; he sits in front of the glowing, screaming toy and .

  • Paul McCartney in Rolling Stone
    I did not want to rush this album,says McCartney. "We really made a lot of it up as we went along. I'd try something, and if it didn't work I'd try something else until it did. It was like making a go-cart in the backyard."
  • Jimmie Johnson in Dallas Morning News
    The cool thing about the last 28 laps is there was nothing left out there,Johnson said. "My foot, it felt like being at the go-cart track. It was asleep from pushing the gas pedal so hard. It was still tingling. It was fun driving so hard....
  • Buddy Rice in Cincinnati Post
    I was around racing since I was born. The racing thing was there the whole time. There was never a time I was going to do something different,Rice said. "But go-cart at that time didn't start until (age) 8, and baseball was something every...

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