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  • v. Present participle of ice-skate.


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  • Tubing hills and ice-skating are de rigueur it seems at ski resorts these days.

    Eileen Ogintz: January Is the Month for You to Finally Learn a Snow Sport

  • He was signed up for music lessons, chorus, ice-skating, and swimming instruction.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grandmothers

  • Like at Club Med, cash is useless here; kids pay for all snacks and activities bowling, video games, jorkyball and a rooftop, all-season ice-skating rink with special cards purchased at the entrance.

    To Catch a View in Monaco

  • A holiday ice-skating rink in a downtown park is illustrative of Mr. Segarra's attempts to lure new businesses and residents to the city center and upend the perception of a city in decline.

    Tall Order for Hartford Mayor

  • He promoted a city-wide marketing campaign that touts events like Winterfest, which hosts the ice-skating rink

    Tall Order for Hartford Mayor

  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel and former ice-skating champion Katarina Witt were among those courting a visiting International Olympic Committee delegation this week as the Bavarian city vies against South Korea's Pyeongchang and Annecy, France, to host the 2018 Winter Olympics.

    Munich's Olympic Hopes Face Wrath From Locals

  • This rink I was on—it was an ice-skating rink.

    Still Things

  • My friends and I, we were ice-skating because—why not?

    Still Things

  • The thing about ice-skating is that I liked it mostly because I didn't understand it.

    Still Things

  • Parks: The 52-acre Hillside Park has hiking trails, an ice-skating pond, and tennis courts, and borders the wooded, 48-acre Hillside Woods.

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