diving board


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diving board

a platform or springboard from which swimmers may dive
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Aside from that machine-operating potential, devices using the tiny diving boards, or cantilevers, might more immediately provide an alternative to conventional DNA chips (SN: 3/8/97, p.
"I crawled because the diving board looked like it was getting smaller and smaller towards the end and I thought I was going to fall off the side."
Evacuation alarms can be heard sounding warning swimmers to leave the pool, as Taylor climbs over signs warning 'no unauthorised access' to the diving boards.
e diving boards however would either have to go or be housed in a separate area.
The gravity-defying diving board was painted on Corporation Road in Middlesbrough town centre to celebrate 20 years of National Lottery funding to sport.
Answers will vary but should be similar to: As I jumped off the diving board into the swimming pool, I realized that I didn't know how to tread water.
And she took to the top of the diving board last night in a black diamante number to earn a respectable 18.5 points from the three judges - but was still voted off the show in the dive-off.
Malick's idea of a teaching hospital turns out to be kicking a terrified Digby off the high diving board with a scalpel and using a patient's large intestine as a water slide.
"The Diving Board'' starts off promisingly enough with "Oceans Away,'' Taupin's celebratory ode to "The Greatest Generation'' and those who made (or were willing to make) the "ultimate sacrifice,'' including the lyricist's dad, Captain Robert Taupin, to whom the song is dedicated.
RATING: 4/5 ELTON JOHN - The Diving Board SIR ELTON JOHN has said fatherhood has calmed him down, and his reflective, church-influenced 31st album would certainly suggest that is so.
A mixture of gospel and blues ballads, The Diving Board is his first solo album since he became a dad-of-two with partner David Furnish.