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  • noun Plural form of paddler.


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  • A cheer broke forth, even if it did sound rather weak, for the paddlers were a little short of wind right then.

    The Strange Cabin on Catamount Island

  • Okoyong might be on the war-path: her paddlers were their sworn enemies: a tactless word or act might ruin the expedition.

    Mary Slessor of Calabar: Pioneer Missionary

  • A double cordon of Maori wardens and waka paddlers separated the public from the Marae atea after Last year's incident when Mr Key was assaulted outside the Marae by brothers John Junior and Wikatana Popata.

    New Zealand Herald - Top Stories

  • "Each boat, which is over 40 feet long, will hold 20 partici­pants, also known as paddlers, - Go

  • Seat two calls out side changes, which is when paddlers switch the side they are paddling on.

    Party of Six: Team Paddling in the Pacific

  • The paddlers, without command from chief or dandy, involuntarily obeyed, and with deep, strong strokes sent the canoe into the encircling darkness.


  • Kayak-iti-yat's half-day kayak trip takes paddlers past cemeteries, live oaks, 18th-century buildings and the Fair Grounds Race Course. $60 for about four hours,

    Victoria, By Sea

  • You will leave now, taking a fast canoe and as many paddlers as you deem necessary.

    Fire The Sky

  • What's more, a growing number of local historic sites and businesses have invested in infrastructure to cater to paddlers—everything from dockside ladders to a kayak-inspired spin on the drive-thru.

    Victoria, By Sea

  • Thanks to the Victoria Harbour Ferry, there are 17 public docks that kayakers and stand-up paddlers can use.

    Victoria, By Sea


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