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bowlingbowl‧ing /ˈbəʊlɪŋ $ ˈboʊ-/ ●●● S3 noun [uncountable]  1 bowling.jpg DSOan indoor game in which you roll a large heavy ball along a wooden track in order to knock down a group of pins (=wooden objects shaped like bottles) Do you want to go bowling with us Friday?2 DSCthe act of throwing a ball at the batsman in cricket
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bowlingThe area round the school houses the library, tennis courts, a children's play area, and a bowling green.It was mightily impressive bowling by any standards, and with his left hand in plaster it was quite remarkable.The hotel also offers a three-lane bowling alley with a bar.In addition there is a billiard room, solarium, cinema, indoor and outdoor pools, bowling alley and gym.Local Activities: walks, golf, fishing, horse-riding, bowling.Boxer had been steadily bowling along the quays, where the traffic was less congested.Greenidge soon went, leaving Richards to lay into the bowling.go bowlingThey go bowling together, play pool, and work on her homework projects.They used to go bowling together.
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