- n. Plural form of scull.
“LAKE WHEELER -- On a chilly, sun-splashed spring afternoon, young rowers hefted spindly-looking boats called sculls into this old city reservoir and, with power and grace, oared their way across the wind-rippled water, gliding past the occasional bass boat or canoe.”
“There was a sort of resting on aristocratic oars or "sculls," that were not to be too vulgarly handled.”
“It is a remarkable record, made all the more fascinating by the indefinables of the double sculls, where success is born out of technical refinement and also an intangible athletic bond, an ability to row and react with double‑skulled synchronicity.”
“Watkins and Grainger are seriously good: described by one journalist as "the Usain Bolts" of the women's double sculls, they are still unbeaten more than a year into their partnership.”
“Single sculls is where the real individual glory lies, the blue-riband event.”
“Other bloggers, such as Mojon and Azhder, reacted with lascivious humor, inviting the media to republish their posts about a discovery of a sexy photo of Alexander's seventh grade math teacher taken with his iPhone Ancient [MKD], and finding of the two sculls of King Marko [MKD].”
“Beyond the cinder-block building were racks of sculls—those long, thin boats for rowing races—and a pier with floating docks attached.”
“Visit www.bt.com/london2012Zac PurchaseGreat Britain Born 2 May 1986Rowing Lightweight double scullsZac and his sculls partner Mark Hunter won Olympic gold in Beijing and are favourites to win again this year.”
“Back in Beijing in 2008, Mark and I won gold in the lightweight double sculls and we are determined to win gold again, this time on home water.”
“While Mbambu has two more qualifiers to get through, her time of 2min 58.99sec meets the qualifying mark for the women's single sculls.”
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