from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A bowling pin that is shorter and squatter than a tenpin.
- n. A bowling game played with such pins and a small ball.
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- n. A short, squat form of tenpin
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- n. a bowling pin that is short and squat by comparison with a tenpin
Two hours later, I convinced everyone to go duckpin bowling, a miniature version of the game featuring tiny, squat pins and little balls that fit in the palm of your hand.
The mystery woman could be Alice McHugh, a 1938 U.S. and world champion duckpin bowler who died in 1986.
He was a former leader of the Dayton 4-H Club and a longtime church league duckpin bowler.
She was an avid fan of baseball and basketball, enjoyed duckpin bowling, ceramics and quilt making.
She was an avid and accomplished duckpin bowler, winning many awards over the years.
Maple Sugar Time is one of those quirky New England customs that defines the region --- like duckpin bowling, dropping Rs when speaking, or passionately rooting for a baseball team that plays 86 seasons between World Series wins.
Well, FCA now has the space at Pearson's Square, on the site of the old duckpin bowling alley just off Lee Highway.
She was an avid duckpin bowler and bowled in a league for many years.
To help offset debt, an auction of numerous items including commercial kitchen equipment, bar equipment, tables, chairs, a Manitowoc ice machine and an antique Brunswick two-lane duckpin bowling alley, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, Oct. 12.
She was duckpin bowling national champion many times.