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handstand

the act or instance of supporting the body on the hands alone in an upside down position
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Founded in 1983, the HandStands roster includes Refresh Your Car
Russ Wilson, Trivest partner and HandStands Chairman, added, "The acquisition of California Scents gives HandStands access to a strong line of well-respected products and provides entry into incremental domestic and international distribution channels.
Julie, who has completed handstands at various landmarks in Cardiff, underwater and on a wing of a plane, will have completed her 366th handstand in January, the same time as completing her PhD.
BEIRUT: The class sits patiently in a circle watching two men perform sweeping kicks, acrobatic handstands and delicate footwork, all the while engaging in minimal physical contact.
HACKETT, Dave Hamilton's Handstand Puffin, 2011 unpaged $14.
The amateurish aesthetic, the serial presentation, and especially the subtle traces of absurdist humor in works like My Favorite Dirt Roads and 8 Natural Handstands bring to mind roughly contemporaneous camera-based explorations by Ed Ruscha and Bruce Nauman.
PENTAGON PLANNERS did handstands after the October 1 battle of Samarra.
Packed lunch, check, mobile phone and laptop, check, but don't forget your PE kit - it's cartwheels, roly-polys and handstands after your executive meeting today.
In fact, if two Wolves players hit double figures I'll be doing handstands.
The charity says a survey it conducted reveals a ``culture of caution'' stopping children playing tag, doing handstands or even making daisy chains for fear they will catch germs or injure themselves.
A 'culture of caution' has stopped children from playing traditional games such as tag, doing handstands or even making daisy chains, new research revealed yesterday.
FORM fanatics will be doing handstands today if all goes by the book in Ascot's first two telly races .