The past 26 months have been a roller coaster for Wall Street.
There are, of course, plenty of reasons to dismantle the roller coaster.
They're made to make a lot of money and to get teenagers in a kind of experience, a roller coaster ride.
Well, that time has now come thanks to Fish on Wheels—a roller aquarium that lets fish drive.
His cadence is a steady beat rather than a roller coaster, and his words sparing and simple.
For the present we will accept thirty degrees of roller action as the standard.
Vi and Sadie had not even time to kick off their roller skates.
Square up the stock to the diameter of the roller called for in the drawing.
Maurice and Neal lifted her stern on to a roller and dragged her towards the sea.
In Figure 261 a link is introduced in place of the roller, and it is required to find the amount of motion of rod R.
late 13c., "thing that rolls;" early 15c., "rolling pin," agent noun from roll (v.). Meaning "hair-curler" is attested from 1795. Roller derby is from 1936 (see derby); roller hockey from 1926. Disparaging religious term holy roller is attested from 1842, American English, from the alleged rolling in the church aisles done by those in the Spirit.