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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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Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) does not collect employment and wage data specifically on golf ball divers.
Caernarfon member David Duckworth with the trophy and his Bridgestone e6 golf balls
Abu Dhabi: It's a tee off - not on a plush green golf course - but at the Atarmia Spa in Park Hyatt, Sdiyat Island where golf balls come in handy for a full body massage.
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Rothchild read an advertisement about golf ball diving in a scuba diving magazine and started his own golf ball diving company in 2007.
Seeing growing demand for balls, AIT recently decided to invest US$10.94 million to set up a new golf ball plant in Pingtung's processing zone, also moving Launch into the zone as well.
When property was subject to an easement for golf balls, an increase in the number of balls entering the lot was within the scope of the easement and did not constitute excessive use, according to the Court of Appeals of Georgia.
No one expects stories from a golf ball. No one expects anything from a golf ball.
The insured felt that it was absurd that each instance of golf ball damage should require its own claim.
Second, hitting a stationary object, like a golf ball. You can be successful in both sports with different swings in each.
The revolutionary hot golf ball massage is a quirky new health treatment dreamed up by staff at the club's lavish spa, which for the first time will open its doors to competitors throughout tournament week.
Patent 7,135,136 (November 14, 2006), "Golf Ball Manufacturing Method," Paul A.