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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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"I knew they would be golf balls. It's a relief to get to the bottom of it, have them removed and see Louis making a recovery."
If a way exists to charge my neighbor for the cost of picking up those golf balls (my sons' going rate is $1.00 per ball), he may be less likely to launch them, I suspect, and go to the driving range instead (10 minutes away).
Yes, the membership-only, bulk retailer came out with its own golf ball, which drew rave reviews, and they quickly sold out this week after a re-release.
"I couldn't believe it when I heard he had swallowed six golf balls.
"Having the golf balls inside him must have affected him because I've noticed since the opera-tion he is much brighter and much more playful," he added.
"Since January 1963 the tracker radars in the famous "golf balls" perched amid the bleak North Yorkshire Moors had quietly performed a vital role of helping to keep the peace," says the RAF Fylingdales website.
The property will use Ecobio golf balls that are biodegradable and certified by Applus+ as a non-polluting product that is safe to any plant and marine life.
To buy these limited edition commemorative golf balls, which cost PS8.50 for a sleeve of three, email maugrev@hotmail.co.uk
The American themed restaurant in West Kirby has launched a special Guess The Golf Balls promotion to run throughout the Open fortnight.
Scott is a golf ball diver, specializing in finding submerged golf balls in Jacksonville, Florida.
Johannesburg, Nov 6 ( ANI ): Golf's world number one Tiger Woods had reportedly brought the Turkish capital to a standstill for 20 minutes after he hit golf balls from one continent to another ahead of the Turkish Airlines Open.
Caernarfon member David Duckworth with the trophy and his Bridgestone e6 golf balls