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Relating to a rounded pattern, from which short curved radiations appear to emanate
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Build on existing tumbling skills with dive rolls, front walkovers, back walkovers, multiple cartwheels and more.
And he only has to look to his close family member Keane - renowned for his cartwheel celebrations - to see how it's done, the Spurs star having banked more than a century of goals in league football.
She has always been helpful to other students, taking the time to explain whatever questions came her way about research, problem sets, and the finer points of doing a cartwheel," wrote one student in a letter nominating Boettcher.
And as for my shoulder, the doctors had just advised me to ease off on the cartwheels for a while, but I hope we'll see it again on Saturday.
Airdrie's Waysiders, led by Frank Moulds, squeezed to a narrow 7-5 win over The Cartwheel from Blairgowrie in the first regional final and now march on to the national final in London on November 17.
Kathy and Nadia are now eager to continue their exploration of Kathy's hypothesis: that at some point in her cartwheels Nadia has only one hand on the floor.
The playful Verreaux's sifakas moved with real flair performing cartwheels, kicks and leaps.
So no, I'm not doing cartwheels over the revelation that a male contraceptive has been developed that's as efficient as the female pill.
Amanda Knox, a housemate of Kercher's in the Italian town of Perugia, turned cartwheels and did the splits as she was waiting to be questioned over the death, a senior officer told her trial.
During the sessions we were taught about different types of exercises, such as cartwheels, stretches, warm-ups and routines.
His dodge flows smoothly into a series of breathtaking flips that the woman evades with a few well-timed bent-leg cartwheels.
OUT OF CONTROL: The aircraft cartwheels towards the watching crowds; TRAGEDY: The death toll rose as the plane left a trail of victims in its wake; LUCKY ESCAPE: One of the pilots is seen ejecting to safety as the jet turns into a fireball.