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  • n. Plural form of kickball.


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  • Projects have included buying kickballs, Hula Hoops and other items to outfit a play-room at a KIPP Infinity School in Harlem and toys that go into holiday bags for children who are patients at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

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  • Inside, on the gleaming floor, a teacher was setting a line of kickballs down.

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  • Do fans really want to see the characters they adore on slurpee cups and kickballs?

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  • Glass, tofu, matches and kickballs are all subjected to forces and recorded in fascinating detail.

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  • A net bag filled with rubber kickballs to form an oversized molecule blocked her from getting to Lucy, who was wheezing hard behind a tower of orange safety cones and badminton racquets.

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  • You comment on the vanilla answers he always gives, but yet you lob kickballs at him.

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  • For the kickball game, the player swatted, kicked, and headbutted kickballs to knock down distant objects.

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  • Comparatively, cowboy polo requires little more than a quarter horse, tack, a rubber mallet and one of those bouncy playground kickballs.

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  • "The return on investing in recess can be measured in more than just jump ropes and kickballs," explained Nancy Barrand, special advisor for program development at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which is playing a key role in funding the recess initiative.

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  • And if more old people are showing up with kickballs, that doesn’t mean the core audience has to listen to them.

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