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water-ski

a type of ski used for planing or gliding over water
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Karl had set up home in Las Vegas after being spotted by American water-skiing enthusiasts and casino owners the Herbst family, while competing.
Van Arsdale and his crew see some 8,500 students and community members partake in sailing, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, water-skiing and, occasionally, fishing.
She was soon training five days a week and competition wins ensured she gained a place in the British disabled water-skiing squad for the European championships in Holland.
It is 165 feet long, 55 feet high, 46 feet wide and hovered 20 feet above water at 19 knots during the water-skiing event.
The dad of two from Sevenoaks, Kent, was water-skiing off Palma, Majorca, when he crashed into the boat that was towing him.
MINNEAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 7, 1999--Water lovers and thrill seekers alike will get their fix of wet and wild action with Head Games Publishing's "Extreme Water Sports," the first water-skiing simulation created for the PC.
He enjoys camping out and making friends, but getting the water-skiing merit badge was definitely a high point, because water skiing is a favorite family activity.
Analysis of PWC accident rates, as a function of million hours of use, shows PWC to be roughly comparable to similarly calculated rates for activities like water-skiing.
He perceived himself as being insulted by a lack of playing time - even though he gets plenty of minutes - and he reacted by going water-skiing at Lake Havasu.
It designs, manufactures and markets specialized boats and water sports equipment targeted principally at water-skiing and scuba enthusiasts and sold under such well-known brand names as MasterCraft and O'Brien.
It is a leading designer, manufacturer and marketer of specialized boats and water sports equipment targeted principally at boating, fishing, water-skiing and scuba enthusiasts and sold under such well-known brand names as Boston Whaler, MasterCraft, WetJet and O'Brien.