A four-wheeled passenger vehicle pulled by two or more horses
a horse-drawn carriage
A baby carriage
A shopping cart
A wheeled support for moving a heavy object such as a gun
A passenger car of a train
the first-class carriages
The transporting of items or merchandise from one place to another
The cost of such a procedure
A moving part of a machine that carries other parts into the required position
a typewriter carriage
A person's bearing or deportment
her carriage was graceful, her movements quick and deft
The harboring of a potentially disease-causing organism by a person or animal that does not contract the disease
passenger car: a railcar where passengers ride
a vehicle with wheels drawn by one or more horses
characteristic way of bearing one's body; "stood with good posture"
a machine part that carries something else
baby buggy: a small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around
A carriage is a wheeled vehicle for people, usually horse-drawn; litters (palanquins) and sedan chairs are excluded, since they are wheelless vehicles. The carriage is especially designed for private passenger use and for comfort or elegance, though some are also used to transport goods. ...
The Carriage (1836) (or "The Coach" in some translations) is a short story by Nikolai Gogol, one of his shortest works. After reading it, Anton Chekhov wrote to Alexei Suvorin, "What an artist he is! His 'Carriage' alone is worth two hundred thousand rubles. Sheer delight, nothing less."
The Carriage is an opera in one act by composer Vyacheslav Kruglik. The opera uses a Russian libretto by Vera Kupriyanova and the composer which is based upon the story of the same name by Nikolai Gogol. ...
A wheeled vehicle, generally drawn by horse power; A rail car, esp. designed for the conveyance of passengers; A manner of walking and moving in general; how one carries oneself, bearing; One's behaviour, or way of conducting oneself towards others; The part of a typewriter supporting the ...
(CARRIAGES) Additional support stringer , usually made with 2 x 12 spruce fir
(Carriages) Fittings at the top of a vertical blind, attaching the slats to the headrail.
(The carriages) Represent the events or influences or things brought about, the train of experiences or events that follow in the wake of our actions; the compartments of your life.
(carriages) Personal belongings.
A piece of rolling stock used to convey passengers.
Carriage is charged at a flat rate per item to addresses worldwide.
That part of the mounting which is carried in or upon the stand into which the trunnions seat. The carriage moves with the gun in train, but is fixed in elevation with the gun pivoting upon its trunnions for elevation changes.
is the component to which the forks or other attachments mount. It is mounted into and moves up and down the mast rails by means of chains or by being directly attached to the hydraulic cylinder. ...
To see a carriage, implies that you will be gratified, and that you will make visits. To ride in one, you will have a sickness that will soon pass, and you will enjoy health and advantageous positions. ...
Mechanical assembly that moves while suspended above the ground by the skyline. Logs are attached to the carriage or to the skidding line for yarding (15).
The whole moving part of the lift designed in the form of a chair or platform, to carry a user on.
An enclosure holding the jet packs, secondary ink system and control hardware for the print heads.
The assembly that holds the reproducer in in position.
A scanner's imaging head that moves down a page to capture an image. Also called optical-imaging element, optical-imaging head.
A wheeled passenger vehicle, especially one with four wheels and pulled by horses.
A cable system's procedure of carrying the signals of television stations on its various channels. CRTC rules determine which signals cable systems must or may carry.