I rose and found a papera leaf torn from a notebookfixed to the handcart.
Only a handcart, with a few necessaries and precious things.
On Sundays and Thursdays, and the other days after school, he helps me push my handcart.
A pedlar's cart, a handcart; they had seen it stop in the village street.
By his side was a handcart, and Ian knew at once what it meant.
In the handcart, on top of the sticks and the tent, sat the two babies.
The handcart people were notified to abandon most of their carts.
By inquiry he learned that the borrower had loaded the mower into a handcart and hurried off.
Every team, every horse and mule and handcart in the town were employed.
It was a handcart, pushed by a labourer and by Police Inspector Keeble, whom she liked.