- n. Plural form of rink.
“Miltonions have access to a lot of indoor skating rinks, which is truly great.”
“Once you're on the ice, most of the rinks are the same, so it's tough to explain," Auld said.”
“The water they're freezing to make up pro hockey rinks, that is.”
“The Halifax Chronicle Herald ... and of the available stimulus funds for 'recreation' such as rinks and stadiums, Conservative held Ridings get 2/3rds of the cash: Funds from a federal stimulus program designed to put hockey rinks and other recreation projects in communities across the country appear to be have been awarded disproportionately to Conservative ridings, an investigation shows.”
“In Canada, where frost is a certainty, and where the covered "rinks" make skating an indoor sport, it is not odd that great perfection should be attained.”
“Most "rinks" are smaller than the NHL-standard 200-by-85 feet.”
“The ice is starting to melt, so I am taking full advantage of the mini "skating rinks".”
“Heated swimming pools and roller rinks, they said.”
“It's a problem, but there's no real rink to play on in central Israel," says Coach Shtefuzza, who most nights teaches a contact-free game on inline skating "rinks" in Tel Aviv's suburbs.”
“Dr. Silverberg, 68 years old, operated skating rinks in Southern California.”
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