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"A Wheel Within a Wheel" is the fourth full-length Album by Southeast Engine. After catching attention from The Wrens guitarist Charles Bissell, the band signed to Misra Records on his recommendation.
"A wheel within a wheel" is a book by Frances Willard.
- subjects: Recreation, Geography, Sports, Cycling, Classics, Literature
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by Nam Nguyen
A wheel within a wheel, or Wheels within wheels, a complication of circumstances, motives, etc. -- Balance wheel. See in the Vocab. -- Bevel wheel, Brake wheel, Cam wheel, Fifth wheel, Overshot wheel, Spinning wheel, etc. See under Bevel ...
by Joseph Wright
a wheel within a wheel, used of persons who act from concealed or interested motives ; see below ; (2) to be all on wheels, to be all in confusion or disorder ; (3) to keep cart on wheels, to be able to carry on business, &c. as usual ; U) ...
The English Dialect Dictionary, Being the Complete Vocabulary of All Dialect Words Still in Use, Or Known to Have Been in Use During the Last Two Hundred Years: T-Z. Supplement. Bibliography. Grammar (1905)
by Joseph Wright
a wheel within a wheel, used of persons ...
Containing an Historical Account of the Person; a Geographical Account of the Places; a Literal, Critical, and Systematical Description of Other Objects ... Extracted Chiefly from Calmet, and Others by James Wood
The wheels in Ezekiel's vision, very high, and with dreadful rings, and formed as a wheel within a wheel, and actuated by the spirit of the living creatures ; may either denote the awful and mysterious providence of God, much executed by the ...
Similes Dictionary (2013)
by Elyse Sommer
Like a wheel within a wheel / Never ending or beginning, / On an ever spinning wheel / As the images unwind / Like the circles that you find / In the wind— mills of your mind. —Noel Harrison, “The Windmills of Your Mind” Meditative like the ...
Culture in Britain, 1780s-1830s by Laura Dabundo
yche, a term that, critics speculated, Shelley coined on the basis of its analogy to " epicycle" (just as the word "epicycle" suggest a wheel within a wheel, "epipsyche" ...
by Jeroen Heijmans, Bill Mallon
Frances Willard publishes A Wheel within a Wheel, a handbook on cycling for women. Mrs. Frank Sittig designs and uses a duplex riding skirt for women. The New York Times notes that it is “an ideal suit for cycling, to which even the most ...
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