Did you by any chance mean skid?
- n. Plural form of ski.
“PS to Matthew: another good thing about cross country skis is that it would let you escape to the south if the Gulf Stream nosedives and bring on a new Ice Age.”
“Much of last week, for Britain, was wasted while David Cameron pottered around the Middle East with a posse of arms manufacturers and Nick Clegg strapped his half-term skis on.”
“Problem I have with jet skis is the racket and noise of the things, rather see what type of muffler the thing has on it.”
“Evidence of the intense pressure I was experiencing while recording this podcast-on-skis is that I both said "the sky is out" (rather than the sun is out) and gave the wrong date for the amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (December 1, not December 11).”
“Strangely, the verb in French to "wax" your cross-country skis is "farder" which sure sounds like "fart" so I spent the whole time, half grinning when the instructors continuously yelled at us to hurry up and FART!”
“DENVER — This season, there's more to technology on the ski slopes than the new shapes in skis.”
“DENVER mdash; This season, there's more to technology on the ski slopes than the new shapes in skis.”
“The skis were a welcome change, as they kept her from needing to actually lift her feet from the surface.”
“I was in excellent shape and my skis were amazing, so it was actually quite a comfortable win," Bjoerndalen said.”
“We've had standards that -- we used to have laughable standards with the Japanese, I remember, on things like importing skis and whether the skis were a quarter of an inch too wide or too narrow.”
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Just like it says on the tin. I'll grant a little leeway for spurious things like gravity, air currents and whatnot to lend a hand.
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