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  • n. A large surfboard, around 9 or 10 feet long with a wide nose.
  • n. A large skateboard, measuring about 90 to 150 centimeters.
  • n. Alternative term for spine board
  • v. To travel by longboard.


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  • Police said they are working on the assumption that the victim was riding the longboard, which is bigger than a traditional skateboard, when he was hit. - Home Page

  • Longboard skateboarding requires you to use a longboard, which is longer than a skateboard and wider too.

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  • Local leaders are also helping start-ups like Kahuna Creations Inc., a longboard, surfboard and landpaddle company, launch and grow.

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  • So I put the back seat of my car down, slide my preowned Hobie classic longboard into the trunk, and head for the water hoping to find a place to park.

    Colleen Turner: "Surfing" At Sixty

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal, Styling by Anne Cardenas The surfer baby SURFER BABY | Water wings and espadrilles go together like a longboard and a leash.

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  • There will be a torch relay, fireworks, tours of alpine courses, and historic longboard races.

    A Winter’s Tale

  • I live in the East Village of New York City, and its flat terrain and quietish streets are perfect for a Xootr also my longboard skateboard, but that's another story.

    Maria Rodale: A Visit to My Kitchen: Chris Elam from Meatless Monday

  • Yes | No | Report from longboard wrote 14 weeks 4 days ago

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  • He started again when his 45-year-old brother, Robert, "a wild-haired slalom madman," gave him a longboard.

    For this band of longboarders, age is no impediment to a smooth night ride

  • In the 1968 World Surfing Championships in Puerto Rico, Fred Hemmings competed on a classic longboard and won, beating others on much shorter boards.



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    Collins 9th dictionary

    May 16, 2009