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an open horse-drawn carriage with four wheels

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Our efforts finally brought us to a horse-drawn buckboard sitting crossways.
Daddy spoke of his childhood, riding with his uncle in a horse-drawn buckboard wagon from southern Kansas to Detroit to pick up the family's first Model T Ford and how in his 20s he owned several dump trucks that he and his five brothers used to haul coal to manufacturing plants.
This year's event features a display of antique cars as well the society's buckboard and carriage.
Generation X and Y cannot distinguish stagecoach from buckboard and 'surrey with the fringe on top'.
Usually Miller made good use of a horse and buckboard when commuting up
Amused by Schlesinger's surprisingly evenhanded review of one of my books, Vidal wrote, "As no bandwagon is complete without 'there is this pendulum' clinging to its buckboard, you seem to have launched a juggernaut out of Batavia.
Camelot Knight came from miles off the pace and 22lb out of the weights to finish third, while Buckboard Bounce stayed on into fourth.
Clifton: So let's say that you're all set to prospect for gold -- "Let's load up the buckboard.
He loaded up his wagon with extra canisters of cream and bricks of butter wrapped in paper, packed them in ice, and pulled his heavy torso onto the buckboard seat.
Everyone wanted a look at the frightened, gaunt eyed creature sitting on the old buckboard next to Sheriff J.
The photo contained an image of a man, two springer spaniels and a long stringer of ducks and upland birds hung on a buckboard flail of gear.
Afterwards, the newlyweds get their pictures taken and then Matthew ushers them into a vintage 1905 two-seater buckboard horse-drawn buggy for a ride around the Lake of Shining Waters.
00 and had lived on the smug belief that it was an antique (complete with old buckboard stains, Jim had said) until Chris found its double on a Walmart clearance shelf in Arizona for $9.
By the middle of the 20th century, unlike bike riding or fishing, knowing how to shoot a single action had become relegated to the same fate as knowing how to drive a horse-drawn buckboard or using button hooks to fasten high-topped shoes.
The fast finishing 100/1 outsider Camelot Knight was third, Buckboard Bounce fourth and Master Oats fifth of the 17 to complete the course.