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- n. Someone who competes in the luge.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. someone who races the luge.
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- n. a German semiautomatic pistol
- n. someone who races the luge
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A ride on a luger is the ride of your life 'he was fond of saying; and, with it came the big Austrian's wooden smile.
The luger was the pride of his hometown, where he was known for his high spirits and generosity.
The luger was the pride of his hometown, where he was loved for his high spirits and generosity.
All the laughter in the world, however, couldn't shake the memory of the tragic death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili before the Olympics began, triggering questions about safety and speed that rightly accompanied these Olympic Games every step of the way.
And the death of a Georgian luger tempered the long-anticipated opening ceremony celebration for the 21st Winter Olympic Games.
TBILISI, Georgia — The father of the Georgian luger killed during practice before the Vancouver Olympics angrily dismissed a coroner's report saying lack of experience played a role in his son's death.
TBILISI, Georgia mdash; The father of the Georgian luger killed during practice before the Vancouver Olympics angrily dismissed a coroner
The Whistler Sliding Centre has been thrust into the spotlight following the Feb. 12 death of Georgia luger Nodar Kumaritashvili during a practice run just hours before the Opening Ceremony.
August 23rd, 2009 12: 42 pm ET had all the kkk's on the right like luger and his buddies in the senate had there way this country will be at war everyday. can some unkown power take these people away? please.
The FIL had initially blamed the accident on an error by Mr. Kumaritashvili; Mr. Furlong had told reporters at the time that the death of a luger was "not something I had prepared for, never thought I would need to be prepared for."