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  • blade on the skate, has provided some of the pleasures of skating on ice without having ice as the surface (see Skating). Wheeled skates were used on
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  • Mountaineering (1892) Volume 17: Coursing & Falconry (1892) Volume 18: Skating & Figure Skating (1892) by John Moyer Heathcote and Charles Goodman Tebbutt Volume
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  • Hogarth Press and Institute of Psycho-Analysis. 1931b. The Elements of Figure Skating. London: Methuen. Revised and enlarged edition, 1952. London: Allen
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  • $2.60. Monier-Williams, M. S., Pidgeon, W. R., and Dryden, Arthur. Figure-skating, Simple and Combined. New York: Macmillan & Co. Pp. 322. $2.25. New
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  • the most eminent of British figure skaters, have given an elaborate treatise upon the development of figure skating in England. It is profusely illustrated
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  • inventions, the desiderata for general, speed, figure-skating and hockey. We have the long, thin, flat skates, after the Norwegian pattern, for speed work
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  • January 6, 1994, a male attacker clubbed figure skater Nancy Kerrigan in the knee during the U.S. Figure Skating Championships. He was quickly linked to
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  • Williams, Montague S. Monier, Winter R. Pidgeon, and Arthur Dryden. Figure Skating, Simple and Combined 133 Willink, Arthur. The World of the Unseen 422
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  • he was a 'wet bob,' and in later life specially distinguished as a figure-skater. For many years he took a grouse moor at Kinloch-Rannoch in Perthshire
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  • a great deal on the Continent, and met with a further mishap while figure skating at Dresden. A considerable time was spent in his father s parish of
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  • quarters and the other pony's bit. It was as neat an exhibition as fancy figure-skating. Lutyens hit with all the strength he had left, but the stick slipped
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  • Montrealer, Mr. Geo. A. Meagher, World's Champion Figure Skater, and author of "Lesson's in Skating." In Paris, the first European team was formed, and
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  • or alone. Mr. Pepper executed an ingenious pointed step derived from figure-skating, for which he once held some local championship; while Mrs. Thornbury
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  • The Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge On the Canal 391295Hans Brinker, or The Silver Skates — On the CanalMary Mapes Dodge The skating season had
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  • sword as the symbol of slaughter.—Outside edge, figure in skating, made on the outer edge of the skate.—Play with edge-tools, to deal carelessly with dangerous
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  • to walk slowly. Like to watch children open presents. Like to watch figure skating. Like variety. Like wild parties. Listen to my brain rather than my
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  • — The Mathemathical Tripos. Vandervell and Witham. — A SYSTEM OF FIGURE- SKATING: Being the Theory and Practice of the Art as de­veloped in England
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  • occurrence of the external cause Y92.33 Skating rink as the place of occurrence of the external cause Y92.330 Ice skating rink (indoor) (outdoor) as the place
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  • Anatomy of Speed Skating By Robert Tait McKenzie 1231157Popular Science Monthly Volume 48 December 1895 — The Anatomy of Speed Skating By Robert Tait
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  • grand skating match on the twentieth, on Mevrouw van Gleck's birthday. It's all Hilda's work. They are going to give a splendid prize to the best skater."
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