roller skate


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roller skate

a device having clamps and straps for fastening to a boot or shoe and four small wheels that enable the wearer to glide swiftly over a floor or other surface
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JEDDAH: In one of the most unprecedented weddings in Saudi Arabia, a young couple walked down the aisle wearing roller skates at their wedding.
With a twitch of his whiskers, Pack Rat left the roller skate and dug the pail out of the mud.
One year later, the first patent for a roller skate was issued to French inventor M.
The modern roller skate was dreamed up by American inventor James Plimpton back in the 1860s.
Rashid and Creighton not only roller skate together several times a week, they also engage in a more traditional workout at Bally Sports Club in Chicago.
Yet the first patent for a roller skate, awarded in 1819, shows three in-line wheels of either wood, metal, or ivory mounted to a wood plate equipped with leather straps that wrap around the foot.
"People moved to the suburbs," relates Gordon Ware, president of the Chicago Roller Skate Company, "and they didn't have any side-walks out there.
4 Learning how to roller skate also helps you develop new skills and allows you to trust yourself and know your abilities.
ODD Christmas gifts including a single roller skate, a tin of tuna and two left-footed slippers have been unwrapped by festive Scots, according to a survey.
In 1863, James Plimpton patented the first modern roller skate.
roller skate rollers shamov 04-1 wheels rubber 100x24 mm, aluminum disk, solid platform: 55 pairs of aluminum with mudguards, 9 350 byn2.
They are holding a Big Roller Skate Disco Lunch to raise money for Cardiff's only artistic roller skating club, Cardiff City Rollers.