Rollerblade

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Rollerblade

™ a type of roller skate in which the wheels are set in a single straight line under the boot
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Carbide inserts or roller blades can be used for the dry cutting process.
His fun-filled day and party tea on the roller rink at Albert Park Visitor Centre, Middlesbrough, was made all the more special when Scott received a brand new pair of the latest in-line roller blades.
It is covered in graffiti and gangs of youths on either skate boards or roller blades hang around therefrom mid afternoon till midnight drinking alcohol and most of them are still in school.
And they revealed how they plan to buy new cars, pay off their mortgages and one of them wants "to go to New York to buy a pair of roller blades".
When she roller blades the trail for skaters in Bloomington, the reader glides and reflects with her.
After last year's disgraceful fiasco, with British athlete Matt Douglas exposed as a ringer, I've been in serious training for glory, spending hours toiling away in the gym trying to get those blasted roller blades strapped on.
It features a double set of 77 knife roller blades (a total of 154 serrated blades) for production rates up to 30,000 lbs/hour.
AN 11-YEAR-OLD boy was robbed by three teenagers who stole his roller blades in Lonsdale Road, Cyncoed, Cardiff, at 1pm on Monday.
Similarities between the triangular and roller blades are used to highlight the importance of the high-shear region in de termining the softening rate of the polystyrene pellets.
STUNNING Myriam Badger turns a few heads when she roller blades along Birmingham's busiest roads.
All you have to do is strap on a pair of roller blades, launch yourself on to a mile-long ice- covered bobsleigh run and then battle the sort of G-forces experienced by fighter pilots as you hurtle along at speeds up to 88mph protected only by a ski suit and crash helmet.
The wheelathon is an event where people are sponsored to 'wheel' around the BIC using any non-motorised mode of transport that has wheels, such as bicycles, skateboards, roller blades, scooters and buggies.