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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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The Kirkland golf balls went back on sale Tuesday and customers were complaining they couldn't buy a pack online almost immediately.
I can't tell you how many times I've looked in my golf bag the night before a round, or on the first tee, only to realize I don't have any or enough golf balls to use for my round," said Jared Kahn, Golf Ball Club Inc.
After they have combed the pond, crewmembers pull the roller to the ground and pop out the golf balls.
I don't tell them that I climb around in the mud and the muck and the goo to find golf balls.
94 million to set up a new golf ball plant in Pingtung's processing zone, also moving Launch into the zone as well.
Torben Kastrup Petersen, course manager for the Danish Golf Union, said: "There has been very little research on the environmental impact of golf balls, but it's safe to say the indicators are not good.
The 71-year-old man who lives there, and who did not want to be named, said he found two golf balls after finding his front room window had been smashed.
I have heard that the dimples on a golf ball cause it to travel further and this can be explained with maths.
As a golf ball rolls down a carpeted mini-golf fairway, the ball presses down and deforms the turf.
These microencapsules contains the "glue" that fixes the microcracks that develop in golf balls as they are used.
Apparently, golf balls weren't the only projectiles.
330), it struck me that the helicopter lander's blades might be helped considerably by their undersides' being dimpled like a golf ball.