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Indian club

a bottle-shaped club, usually used in pairs by gymnasts, jugglers, etc.
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8220;We've been promoting the use of Indian Club training since we started publishing our magazine in 2010,” stated Mark de Grasse, owner and editor of My Mad Methods Magazine.
This article articulates the importance of one such effort, the Wapato Indian Club, based out of the Wapato Middle School (formerly the Wapato Junior High School) in Wapato, Washington, on the Yakama Reservation.
The visit of the CDA delegation was aimed at further fostering the relations between CDA and social clubs in Dubai, and to extend our support to positive social trends that represent the cornerstone of overall social development," Al Kamdah, who the Indian Club invited to become an honorary member, said.
College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram alumni association Qatar Chapter (Cet-Q), hosted a farewell party in honour of one of its founder members, K Sivadasan, and his wife Saraswati at the Indian Club.
The fundraiser takes place at the West Indian Club, in Spon Street, city centre, on Saturday, September 30.
MORE than 3,000 expatriate workers are expected to attend Labour Day celebrations being organised by the Indian Club at its premises in Gudaibiya on May 1.
The inaugural edition of The Indian Club Desert Queen Contest will be held on Friday, March 4, as part of 'The Indian Club Family Fun Day in the Desert' being organised by AABEX Events in association with The Indian Club at AABEX's 'Desert Pearl Camp' in Sakhir.
Bora represented the Indian Club, Bahrain, while Anto was from the Indian Social Centre, Fujairah.
AN EVENING of entertainment including African drumming and dancing, poetry reading and guest speakers will be taking place at the West Indian Club in Spon Street, Coventry, on Thursday, March 24.
Bahrain: An evening of top-class music and entertainment awaits people from Karnataka tomorrow as stars and singers will take to the stage at the Indian Club Bahrain.
World-renowned Mohan Veena player, Poly Varghese brought his own brand of traditional high-quality Indian music to The Indian Club last weekend as he and fellow star instrumentalists, Shruthi Adhikari and Sunayana Ghosh, enthralled a packed Eid audience in The Club's auditorium.
A team from the Coventry West Indian Club did battle with counterparts from Bradford and Southampton.

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