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- v. Present participle of skateboard.
- n. the act of riding on a skateboard
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- n. the sport of skating on a skateboard
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He credited his ability to "pump" speed from the banked turns to his background in skateboarding and surfing.
OF COURSE IT WONT WORK IN A FIGHT, but then again skateboarding and breakdancing aren’t very good in a fight either.
What do you think of the idea of skateboarding in the Olympics?
And finally, I think we're actually in a sweet spot where we've kind of captured what Phillip Torrone likes to call "skateboarding culture."
She recalls the skateboarding accident that sent the 16-year-old to the hospital with head injuries; he had not been wearing a helmet that afternoon.
The skateboarding is the bait for the children, many of whom work on the streets, selling chewing gum and cigarettes.
The boys who came in were the arty ones, the bohemians; they, too, had shunned what the Americans call "jock culture" in favour of skateboarding, which is a deeply creative pursuit.
James Falconi, 16, who directed the video, called skateboarding an up-and-coming individual sport that promotes physical and mental strength.
(though I never really got the idea of skateboarding either -- as much as I played Tony Hawk on the Playstation, the actual thing never appealed to me), but this little app is still fascinating to me, if only as a test of how precise the multitouch controls ...
The film also addresses the subcultures these artists sprang from, such as skateboarding, surfing, and graffiti.
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