skittle


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skittle

1. a wooden or plastic pin, typically widest just above the base
2. a bowling game in which players knock over as many skittles as possible by rolling a wooden ball at them
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Mr Tappertit drained the proffered goblet to the dregs; then thrust his hands into his pockets, and with a lowering visage walked among the skittles, while his followers (such is the influence of superior genius) restrained the ardent ball, and held his little shins in dumb respect.
The municipality of Diera-Zehren intends to erect a new single-field sports hall with 2 skittle rinks on the site Am Sportplatz 3a in Diera-Zehren district of Schieritz.
When your skittles are decorated, take them in the garden and set them up in a triangle shape in rows - one skittle, two skittles, three and four skittles in each row.
Skittle and Beemer are just two of the adorable pups at the shelter.
Her sister, Phyllis Sweet, said Mrs Poole was due to play skittles for the Llanbradach Social Club's women's skittle team in the nearby village of Bedwas that evening.
Raina led from the front in his farewell match as he bowled a dream spell to skittle out four top order batsmen of the Balesh Kumar XI and led his team- Raina XI to a 32-run win over in a hard fought match.
Liz, 39, managed to knock down eight of the nine pins on the skittle alley.
Her background and childhood were soon surrounded by myth, such as the suggestion that she had acquired her nickname by working as a child in a skittle alley behind a pub.
FORT WORTH, Texas -- The Gladney Skittle - one of the Gladney Center for Adoption's most popular events - will be held on Thursday, April 29 from 5:00 p.
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The 24-year-old seamer helped skittle the visitors for 71 in 24.
Decorate with cereal as hair, a Smartie or Skittle as nose, and sour worm as mouth.