What are wheels?

  • (noun): Forces that provide energy and direction.
    Example: "The wheels of government began to turn"

Wheels

Wheels is the plural of wheel.

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Steel Wheels - Release and Reception
... Rating Allmusic Robert Christgau B− link Rolling Stone The massive, worldwide Steel Wheels Tour was launched in late August 1989, concurrently with Steel Wheels' arrival and the release of lead ... Critical reaction was warm, with Steel Wheels reaching #2 in the UK and #3 in the US where it went double-platinum ... The mammoth Steel Wheels Tour, which finished in mid-1990 after being re-titled the Urban Jungle Tour, was an enormous financial success ...
Frank Nasworthy
... The factory had experimented with a polyurethane roller-skate wheel that was sold to Roller Sports Inc ... which supplied wheels for rental skates at roller rinks ... The rationale was that a softer wheel with improved grip would help novice roller-skaters, but the wheel was largely rejected by roller-skaters who favored the hard steel wheels that allowed for faster speeds on ...
Wheels (TV Series)
... Wheels is a popular weekly car and motorbike program on BBC World News India ... Wheels holds an annual "Wheels Awards", with a "Wheels Viewers Choice Award" for both cars and bikes, and a "Wheels Car of the Year", "Wheels Bike of the Year" and various fun awards ...
Gravity Racer - Construction
... A typical Gravity racer cart is usually made of steel, and has 4 wheels, arranged as a fixed rear axle, and a steerable front beam axle - usually with a very simple single ... The types of wheels employed vary according to what can be obtained easily - wheels from baby carriages, pushchairs, prams, and discarded bicycles being ... Ready-made wheels are also available from hardware suppliers ...

Famous quotes containing the word wheels:

    The jeweled stripes on the window ran straight down when the train stopped and got more and more oblique as it speeded up. The wheels rumbled in her head, saying Man-hattan Tran-sfer Man-hattan Tran-sfer.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)

    Be near me when my light is low,
    When the blood creeps, and the nerves prick
    And tingle; and the heart is sick,
    And all the wheels of Being slow.
    Alfred Tennyson (1809–1892)

    I compare her
    to a fallen leaf.

    The noiseless wheels of my car
    rush with a crackling sound over
    dried leaves as I bow and pass smiling.
    William Carlos Williams (1883–1963)