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golf ball

[′gälf ‚bȯl]
(engineering)
A printing element used on some typewriters and serial printers, consisting of a rotating, spherically shape, removable typehead that skims across the printed line while the typewriter or printer carriage does not move.
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There were lots of lights and a golfball printer whirring away.
AN unused 113-yearold golfball is expected to fetch pounds 8,000 at an auction in Chester next week.
The Smoking Gun also contains a copy of a $25million lawsuit brought against Michael Douglas the actor, by a golf caddie claiming that Douglas hit him in the private parts with a golfball, causing one of his testicles to be surgically removed.
With both carrots and beetroot there is a lot to be said for leaving thinning until the thinnings can be eaten - golfball size for beetroot and about three inches long for carrots.
Duluth Georgia Sea Island Golf Club Brunswick Georgia Sunset Country Club Moultrie Georgia Edwin Watts Golf Shop Baton Rouge Louisiana Carolina Golf Academy Greensboro North Carolina Celebration Golf Club Celebration Florida Dunwoody Country Club Atlanta Georgia Golfball Warehouse Bonita Springs Florida Sea Pines Country Club Hilton Head Island South Carolina Windyke Country Club Memphis Tennessee St.
His favourite programme was The Benny Hill Show and he saw himself at the leading edge of office desktop technolog y if he used a calculator and had documents typed for him on a golfball typewriter.
Ian Woosnam, who is sponsoring a revolutionary new Dunlop Jetstream golfball which helps amateurs cope with wet and windy conditions, warns: "The pro game could knock Gordon for six if he doesn't get a good start.
Last week she had emergency surgery at the Royal Marsden hospital in London to remove a golfball sized tumour from her bowel.
That over-the- right-shoulder aiming technique, while swinging the camera with the other hand to see the whole area is a bit like putting a golfball in a hole using a forklift.
Fortunately, Skye's restaurants keep some of it back and whether it be golfball sized scallops from Sconser, Pacific mussels from Loch Eishort or prawns from the deep water of the Minch, the seafood is briney fresh and as sweet as being two- nil up at half-time.
1993: Dons fans throw a golfball with a nail in it at Ally McCoist in 2-0 win for Rangers at Ibrox.