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bowl

(bōl) a rounded, more or less hemispherical open container.
mastoid bowl , mastoidectomy bowl the hollow bony defect in the temporal bone created by open mastoidectomy.
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Traditionalists need not worry, as league play and walk-in bowling still account for much of the revenue for most local centers.
Sharon Joseph and Gail Richardson were looking for a property that fit the complex specs they needed--specifically, the column spacing necessary for the construction of a bowling alley.
International bowling champion Diandra Asbaty joined HSBC employees in the event, providing bowling lessons Sunday morning to students from Wesley Elementary School in Addison.
It just brings you back,'' Dempsey said of bowling again.
But Saints & Sinners Bowling is more than just a game, it's a quest, a journey into the heart of what makes bowling one of the most popular games in the US.
The native of Switzerland came to the United States in 1927, and, despite not having started bowling until he was 75 years old, Muller has a 130-plus average.
Bowling is the largest participatory sport in the United States, with the average visitor spending more than two hours in the bowling center, making it an ideal environment for marketers.
As managing partner of Pinz Bowling Alley, she presided over lanes with more than 50 years of history.
We're going to shake things up," said John Walker, President and Chief Operating Officer of AMF Bowling Products, who will become President and Chief Executive Officer of QubicaAMF Worldwide.
However, unlike the bowling balls used to knock down 10 pins, lawn bowls are biased - weighted more on one side.
holds patent rights, manufacturing rights and marketing rights for interchangeable thumbhole inserts for bowling balls.