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skittle

1. a wooden or plastic pin, typically widest just above the base
2. a bowling game in which players knock over as many skittles as possible by rolling a wooden ball at them
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That's chiefly thanks to the two skittles teams (12 players each side plus reserves) which are facing offagainst each other - the home side the Vic Nomads versus the visitors the Crown Jokers, from Gabalfa Community Centre.
That's chiefly thanks to the two skittles teams (12 players each side plus reserves) which are facing off against each other - the home side the Vic Nomads versus the visitors the Crown Jokers, from Gabalfa Community Centre.
That's chiefly thanks to the two skittles teams (12 players each side plus reserves) that are facing off against each other -- the home side The Vic Nomads versus the visitors, The Crown Jokers, from Gabalfa Community Centre.
Skittles Productions Director said, "The entire entertainment landscape is going through a rapid change and it has affected the way we advertise on various platforms.
But Carroll, who'd risen to the post of president and CMO of global fruity confections in 2017, didn't buy into the idea that Super Bowl ads were the best use of Skittles' marketing budget.
The children were thrown into the air like skittles."
Qualification for the annual British Skittles Championship, held in Torquay, has just begun.
Each took their turn on the skittle alley to prove or otherwise their throwing skills but, as has now become the norm, and despite careful concentration when taking aim, it seemed much easier to find the gap between the pins than to actually knock them down!
Animal collection officer Bryan Moffitt said: "The ferrets, who have been named Skittles and Dolly by staff at Great Ayton, were left without food or water, so the first thing to do was to give them some food and water and a full vet check.
"If I had a bowl of skittles and I told you just three would kill you.
British artist David Kittos has filed a lawsuit against the Republican presidential nominee and the campaign for using his copyrighted image of a bowl of Skittles for an anti-refugee tweet.