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sailboard

the craft used for windsurfing, consisting of a moulded board like a surfboard, to which a mast bearing a single sail is attached by a swivel joint
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Eventually, their brand, Sailboards Maui, became one of the most popular in the windsurfing industry (Shah, 2000).
The record was set by Hugo Vihlen, who crossed the Atlantic in 1993 on a 5'4" sailboard, named Father's Day, taking 106 days to travel from St.
The challenge was to design and construct a 100% recyclable paper sailboard.
This medium assails them with images of a virtual world that is always mobile and being made new; the television shows beautiful young people as they sailboard, snowboard, skydive, and travel to exotic lands.
At Budrose beach, Jenny and Abdul set up rival sailboard hire businesses.
The first involves a fictitious corporation--a major plastics manufacturer--that must identify and choose among alternative strategic courses for Windmaster, its sailboard manufacturing subsidiary.
There are literally thousands of polymers around, each with different molecular configurations and different properties, making everything from artificial hearts to the sails on your sailboard.
In north-central Oregon, the booming sailboard town of Hood River on the Columbia River has its own idea of the perfect home.
During the year I spent on the island, he quit his job at the bank and broke up with his fiancee in order to devote himself to his sailboard.
McConaughy Recreation Area attracts 750,000 visitors a year to camp, fish, boat, water ski, sailboard and sunbathe.
is conducting a Banana Boat sweepstakes with a Windsurer sailboard giveaway.
At this year's show in Dallas, Amoco showed off a new sailboard, made by Shark Technology of Denver, that was recently converted from vinyl esters to Xycon hybrid resin in order to enhance stiffness in critical parts.