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Boo Trundle is a musician active in early to mid-1990s. Her style is semi-acoustic alternative indie rock.

George Thomas Trundle, Jr. was an American engineer, President of The Trundle Engineering Company of Cleveland, Ohio, inventor and business theorist, known as recipient of the 1937 Taylor Key, one of the highest awards of the Society for Advancement of Management.

Lee Trundle British footballer

Lee Christopher Trundle is an English footballer who plays as a striker for FAW Championship South & Mid side Ammanford. He also works as the club ambassador and youth team coach for Championship side Swansea City.


Trundle, New South Wales Town in New South Wales, Australia

Trundle is a small town in Parkes Shire in the Central West of New South Wales, Australia. It and the surrounding area had a population of 666 in the 2011 census, (7.2%).

Trundle (hill fort) hillfort in West Sussex

The Trundle is an Iron Age hill fort on Saint Roche's Hill about 3 miles (5 km) north of Chichester, Sussex, England. The fort was built around a Neolithic causewayed enclosure, of which very little can be seen on the ground.

Trundle Island is an island lying 1 nautical mile (1.9 km) northeast of Jingle Island, Pitt Islands, in the Biscoe Islands. Photographed by Hunting Aerosurveys Ltd. in 1956 and mapped from these photos by the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (FIDS). Named by the United Kingdom Antarctic Place-Names Committee (UK-APC) in 1959 after Mr Trundle, a character in Charles Dickens' Pickwick Papers.


Trundle bed bed that is stored under a normal bed

A trundle bed is a low, wheeled bed that is stored under a normal bed and can be rolled out for use by visitors or as just another bed.

The trundle wheel is a measuring device, a simplified form of a surveyor's wheel. It is commonly used by people who need an easy way to find the rough distance from one place to another. The trundle wheel is composed of a wheel, a handle which is attached to the axle allowing the trundle wheel to be held easily, and a clicking device which is triggered once per revolution of the wheel. Trundle wheels are not as accurate as other methods of measuring distance but are a good way to get a rough estimation of a fairly long distance over a good surface.

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League of Legends is a multiplayer online battle arena video game developed and published by Riot Games for Microsoft Windows and macOS. The game follows a freemium model and is supported by microtransactions, and was inspired by the Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne mod, Defense of the Ancients.

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<i>Tründle and Spring</i> 1991 EP by Pinhead Gunpowder

Tründle and Spring is the debut EP by the American punk rock band Pinhead Gunpowder. It was originally released in 1991 through No Reality Records. The EP was later re-released through Duotone Records and Take a Day Records.

Trundling is the practice of rolling large rocks or boulders down hillsides. It is discouraged in many areas, for reasons of safety and environmental impact.

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Hill Landform that extends above the surrounding terrain

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Goodwood Country Park

Goodwood Country Park is a Country Park in West Sussex in southern England. It is within the estate of Goodwood House near Chichester, and next to Goodwood Racecourse and the Trundle Iron Age hill fort.

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Surveyors wheel

A surveyor's wheel, also called a clickwheel, hodometer, waywiser, trundle wheel, measuring wheel or perambulator is a device for measuring distance.

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The New Lipchis Way is a 60.8 kilometres (37.8 mi) long distance footpath which runs from Liphook in Hampshire to West Wittering in West Sussex. Running north–south across the Western Weald and South Downs to the Sussex coastal plain and Chichester Harbour the path crosses several geological rock strata and their associated soils and habitats. Landmarks on the route include Cowdray ruins, Goodwood Racecourse, the Trundle, Chichester Cathedral and the city walls, and East Head at West Wittering.

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