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  • n. Plural form of kickboard.

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Examples

  • Apparently the boys had disgusted him with their weak leg work or with their poor showing last Saturday without Doug, so the whole team had to pile into the pool with kickboards.

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  • Some intrepid souls are still gonna break into Woolen Gym and go skinny dipping before stealing kickboards ... ain't that right, Zel M.?

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  • Beyond us, pelican-bellied ladies in swim caps followed kickboards back and forth across the pool.

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  • We focused on our legs using the kickboards for a few rounds and tried the pull buoy.

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  • Headley spoke after a lengthy pool session on Tuesday, during which they used a variety of strokes and kickboards.

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  • In the kitchen Rundle used the same wood for both the cabinet kickboards and the floor to give the impression that the units are floating

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  • United Kingdom residents who prefer trails to roads, longboards to kickboards and skateboards to those weird razor scooters will find, adventurous friends, inspiring stories and more when they join Fidgetstick.

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  • Make it fun by exercising to your favorite workout music and using the many props now available for the aquatic fitness buff, such as noodles, weights and kickboards.

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  • On the ground, men used pieces of styrofoam as kickboards to try to swim out of town.

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  • He's also looking for a couple of Little Tikes rocking toys, and some kickboards by Big Toys.

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