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polo

a game played between two teams of four mounted riders armed with polo sticks, consisting of wooden mallets on long sticks, and contesting the driving of a ball through a set of goals at either end of the ground which is 300 yd (274 m) long and 160 yd (146 m) wide. A match consists of six chukkas (eight in Argentina) each of 7 minutes.
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The polo-neck cost pounds 12, the skirt was pounds 25, the waistcoat cost pounds 40 and the boots cost pounds 60.
I've got about three polo-necks and they're all gradually wearing out.
Red polo-neck dress, pounds 35 @Next; red and cream cardigan, pounds 39.
Black and white tweed skirt, pounds 65 Jersey @ House of Fraser, black polo-neck, pounds 14.
Avoid those frumpy fair-isle knits, and opt for this sleek grey polo-neck by Fenn Wright and Manson.
Scouser Heidi says: "Every time they played Push The Button I had to stumble out of a changing room cubicle with a polo-neck jumper half on, jump up and push a button on a giant fake phone hanging above our heads - it was pretty bizarre.
Mrs White's white polo-neck jumper was covered in blood.
Quite frankly,whoever gave the nod to this crazy kick-off time boasts all the vision of Juninho in a polo-neck sweater.