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- n. Plural form of golf ball.
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Robbing her, even of so small a thing as the knife, was on our consciences, but on the Friday we had a windfall, for we sold three golf balls we had found, and got a shilling, and Keith suggested that we should go and spend it at her shop, as a slight recompense for the knife.
What arrives in the triple-ply paper sacks are spuds just about as big as golf balls that are already starting to send out shoots, exactly like all the potatoes I’ve left sitting around the kitchen for two weeks too long—I make a mental note.
No! when he hit a bad shot, who once spent fourteen minutes looking for stray golf balls on the thirteenth hole while I waited a hundred yards ahead, but all my requests made through the segreteria withered in the summer sun like seeds cast upon stony ground.
There was that bald head, like an immense exaggeration of the golf balls she had swiped at under Lacklander’s infatuated tuition.