from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The sport of sailing while standing on a sailboard. Also called boardsailing, sailboarding, windsailing.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A marine sport in which one stands on a floating board (typically 2 - 3 meters in length) to which a sail is attached. The board is steered by tilting the sail or banking the board. Some windsurfers use large waves to perform jumps and other stunts.
- v. Present participle of windsurf.
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As long as Ken Jenning's "Jeopardy!" monopoly, Janet Jackson's boob and images of John Kerry in windsurfing attire don't return, we're fine with this.
And at Hotelito Desconocido, a small eco-hotel near Puerto Vallarta, horseback riding, mountain biking and windsurfing is available during the day.
Fridman won it Wednesday in windsurfing, the men's mistral, before jumping into the water and emerging to say that he won the race for countrymen who died before he was born, countrymen taken by hooded and masked Palestinian terrorists who would fly them out of the Games and into their graves.
It has already run its course and like sokkie sokkie - also known as windsurfing on land - it should only be carried out in dark rooms away from the eyes of impressionable children.
For example, when you log into your Google Profile and query "windsurfing," you might notice a search result that includes an annotation about a friend who has shared this link on his Twitter feed.
Someone on a blog referred to Edwards as "windsurfing" and thats a good word for what he's doing.
While he being smeared as a flip-flopper (remember the very effective "windsurfing" ad), swift-boated, and ridiculed, Kerry played nice ... unilaterally!
So this is to be the equivalent to 'windsurfing' Kerry?
Ad Buys: BC04 debuted a battleground spot bashing a wet-suit-clad Kerry for "windsurfing" on the issues; KE04 canceled buys in Ariz.,
The idea for the event came in 1993 when ESPN programmer Ron Semiao noticed extreme sports popping up in mainstream ads, such as windsurfing action, replacing an old sailor returning from the sea, in Old Spice ads.
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