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Indian club

a bottle-shaped club, usually used in pairs by gymnasts, jugglers, etc.
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Lord Ernest Belville crouched in its glare with one Indian club held by the end, like a footman with a stolen bottle.
Fullerton, CA, April 16, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Mad Fitness Equipment, a division of My Mad Methods Magazine, has recently added a highly functional thousand-year-old piece of training equipment to their fitness product lineup: the wooden Indian Club. Wooden Indian Clubs were used by ancient warriors to increase upper body flexibility and joint mobility, and can now be purchased by anyone online.
Unlike typical weight training implements, Indian Clubs are relatively light, usually between one and five pounds.
For the first time The Indian Club has brought many of the regional Indian clubs and associations together to interact and participate in indoor and outdoor sporting events vying for a total prize money pot of $1,000, individual trophies and medals.
The Games are open to all Indian clubs and associations in Bahrain.
However, the future looks bleak, especially with the growing reliance of Indian clubs on foreign players.
More than 120 children and adults from various Indian clubs and associations registered under the CCIA will participate in 16 cultural programmes lasting around two hours.

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