Did you mayhaps mean oldies?
- n. Plural form of ollie.
“Conveniently located near a popular skateboard park in the mall, teenagers as young as thirteen years of age, after having grown weary of throwing "ollies" and "goofy footed kick turns" are welcome to drop in and chill out at the AEC.”
“The achievements range from the more technical (most consecutive ollies, 215) to the novel (riding the world's largest skateboard).”
“At the skateboard park, the boys were out of the car almost before I had it in park, donning helmets and pads and zooming off to a place that probably wouldn't exist on Girl Island: a place where 360 is a verb and you can do ollies, grinds and slides while wearing brightly colored puffy sneakers.”
“I would graciously accept the Gambit's "permission", but I'm too busy doing nimble ollies on my stickered skateboard, listening to the Voodoo Glow Skulls sing "Insubordination".”
“When I saw the tall-bike rider's universal facial expression meaning "I'm crashing" and fixters climbing lamp-posts also doing other non-bike "tricks" like dumpster-ollies at the Home Depot parking lot I stuffed my feet into my Power-Grips and headed home, happy to have met you.”
“Soon, I was doing ollies and grabs and switches and spins.”
“Then I followed him across Second and Third, around Cooper Union, and through the punk skateboarders doing ollies in the shadow of the bright anthracite cube on Astor Place.”
“First, there is the usual training session, in this case an empty park in which you can cruise around an pop ollies with no time limit.”
“Activision Publishing took the wraps off a new skateboarding title, Tony Hawk: Ride, revealing that for the first time in the series players will be able to pull off tricks, such as grinds and ollies, by stepping on a motion-sensing skateboard controller.”
“Behind those ollies and grinds is the razor-sharp business sense of a restless entrepreneur.”
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