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paddle

(păd′l)
n.
1. Medicine A flat electrode that is part of a defibrillator and is put on a patient's chest to deliver an electric shock to the heart.
2. A flipper or flattened appendage of certain animals.
v. pad·dled, pad·dling, pad·dles

pad′dler n.
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In fact, the dead men in the canoe we had left astern after the battle and the survivors who were paddling rapidly toward their shore were the first he ever had seen.
Lying side by side in this position, our outside hands and feet were left free for paddling. Our final discovery was that this arrangement enabled us to use still smaller logs and thereby gain greater speed.
I edged farther into the shadow that I might find a hold upon the bank; but, though I proceeded several yards, I touched nothing; and then, finding that I would soon reach a point from where I could no longer see the black man, I was compelled to remain where I was, holding my position as best I could by paddling strongly against the current which flowed from beneath the rocky mass behind me.
The day will consist of various obstacles to be surpassed at sea while paddling and coordinating.
Browse Full report with TOC: https://www.factmr.com/report/776/stand-up-paddle-board-market Advanced manufacturing processes employed by leading brands have resulted in the development of relatively lighter inflatable SUP boards that exert comparatively higher level of paddling experience than solid SUP boards, and facilitate storage and transport.
The company offers a selection of inflatables, kayaks, pack rafts, and Hobie Cat watercraft, as well as dry suits, wet suits, and even paddling suits.
She spent at least 12 hours a day paddling, and on one day did 65 miles in 18 hours, without a support boat.
Entry to the event is free, and for a one-time workshop fee of $5 visitors can test paddle a variety of water vessels and participate in: a beginning canoe paddling clinic offered at noon and 1 p.m., a beginning kayak paddling clinic at 10:30 a.m.
VOLUNTEER groups hoping to open a paddling pool in Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) could find it easier next summer.
The fastest growing water sport in the world, stand-up paddle boarding is done by standing on a paddle board, which is much thicker than an average surfboard, and paddling your way out into the sea.
From Rochester to Hornell, west to Chautauqua and north to the Buffalo region, western New York State is home to a wealth of quiet-water paddling locations for canoers and kayakers at all levels.