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- n. A person who travels by canoe.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A canoeman.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who paddles a canoe; one skilled in the management of a canoe.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone paddling a canoe
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We favor a BWCA policy permitting access to some of the presently-inaccessible lakes by the general public and not limiting the use entirely to the canoeist type of individual.
A police spokesman said they received reports "a canoeist had fallen out of his canoe and was reportedly clinging to a rock" at Draynes, near Liskeard, at around 3.29pm.
She has not been named but is an experienced canoeist.
A number of athletes have been banned in recent months after using the banned drug, including Polish canoeist Adam Seroczynski, British hurdler Callum Priestley and Chinese Olympic judo champion Tong Wen.
The canoeist stands on the gunwales, near the bow or the stern, and squats up and down to make the canoe rock backward and forward.
In another sport involving water, flatwater canoeist Carrie Johnson punched her ticket for China by winning the women's solo 500 in Oklahoma City during a weekend of competition that saw a number of canoeists improve their chances for Beijing ahead of another phase of the selection process, the Pan-American championships in Montreal next month.
-- One last question: if drilling ruins coast lines, why would a beach house in Huntington Beach, California, where a decent canoeist could paddle out to the very visible platforms, put me back a few million to buy?
Secret passage in next door hideaway used to see wife - Times Online: Back-from-the-dead canoeist John Darwin hid from the world for years in a bedsit located next door to his family home, sneaking through a secret passageway to see his wife, it was revealed last night.
Woman found canoeist photo via Google | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited: A single mother put police and journalists to shame in their attempts to unravel the mysterious reappearance of the canoeist John Darwin by using a simple Google search, it emerged today.
Also by the time she sends the message the canoeist will be old news and our dispute can be given new impetus. on December 12, 2007 at 4: 03 pm | Reply caravanparkmanager
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