ice skate


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ice skate

1. a boot having a steel blade fitted to the sole to enable the wearer to glide swiftly over ice
2. the steel blade on such a boot or shoe
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The 54-by-42-foot Skate Room ice skating rink is unique, as skaters glide on synthetic ice panels using regular ice skates.
Ice rinks are traditionally located at Primacialne Square and Hviezdoslavovo Square but it is possible to ice skate near shopping centres.
The latest addition to an array of ice rink events including 'Disco on Ice,' Broomball will appeal to a wide audience as it does not require ice skates to play the game.
My son, Dan, skates with Coventry Blaze U10s and we decided he could do a sponsored ice skate as a way of raising money.
Jones, Fitchburg's veterans agent, said he and his friends used to ice skate there almost every winter night in the 1960s.
Provide ice skates for use by the public Provide attendants for the duration of the event to monitor the ice rink and distribute skates
They saw an opportunity in the sport of ice skating, and began making ice skates in 1857.