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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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Or could it have been the sight of wild, exhibitionist roller-bladers that made Rose and Miranda stoic in the face of this particular educational moment?
Public transport use has risen by a whopping 40 per cent since the tram was introduced, and that has not only meant a reduction in traffic jams, it has helped to cut down on pollution (a big problem here) and to make life safer for the bikers and roller-bladers.
Regularly used by hundreds of skaters, roller-bladers and BMX-riders, the closure of the park on Martinet Road has left young skaters with few options.
For anyone who hasn't experienced the almost nonstop rhythm of South Beach's Lincoln Road Mall, this pedestrian street overflows with an eclectic mix of roller-bladers, models, South Americans, Cubans, tourists, onlookers, artists, and their pets, Overall, it possesses an exuberant vibe that is undoubtedly fueled by the heat of the tropics.
Encino has six golf courses, a bike-racing facility and six parks, including the Sepulveda Dam Recreation Area, which attracts roller-bladers and dog walkers, tennis enthusiasts and soccer players.
For people-watching you cannot beat the Promenade des Anglais, full of young roller-bladers cheerily weaving round old ladies walking their dogs.
Sushi restaurants and bars figure prominently, while roller-bladers are conspicuously absent.
Some are expanding to make room for roller-bladers, walkers, and bicycles.
Weave your way past the roller-bladers and permanent traffic traffic jam to see the candy floss buildings of Ocean Drive and the rest of the famous art deco district.
With the exception of roller-bladers, the quality of the trails seem to please everyone.