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rowing

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Water, Other sports
rowingrow‧ing /ˈrəʊɪŋ $ ˈroʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  TTWDSOthe sport or activity of making a boat move through water with oars
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rowingRugby and rowing are seen as important as is football and hockey at College level.Sports: Watersports are excellent, the village offers sailing, windsurfing, waterskiing and rowing.And rowing is ideal for building stamina and endurance.Derek learnt his rowing at Belfast Inst before winning a coveted senior eights championship with Dublin University in 1981.Wilson grew up in rowing, rather than the Boat Race, having been born at Henley.Arguing more like it, or rowing.And their supporters will come from across the region for Central South is the heartland of schoolboy rowing.Everyone else was busy, so I launched the small rubber dinghy and started rowing.
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