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  • n. Plural form of pinfall.


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  • The other side was a pandemonium of a man and bird having a brawl, best of six pinfalls and threats of murder with free abuse.

    The Great California Game

  • The Japanese jujitsu men were also vulnerable to pinfalls on the ground.

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  • Shalin, the first Asian bowler to qualify for the PBA Women's Tour, fired an impressive 5,646 pinfalls, averaging 217.15, to finish in fifth position and also qualify for the top-16 stage of the competition where men and women bowlers compete in one category.

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  • He's scored three pinfalls - two Friday - to reach today's championship match.

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  • The 29-year-old bowler, who now lives in Hong Kong, leads the overseas pool with a nine-game total of 1,769 pinfalls.

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  • Bronco did not enjoy the best of starts, after placing seventh in the first round with 519 pinfalls.


  • XXXcellence Team 1 (NCS Pte Ltd) finished in second spot with 1,712 pinfalls, while BNP Paribas Bank came in third (1,679).


  • But they clawed their way back in the second round, with Lee posting the highest score of 245 for a 619-total and a combined team score of 1,138 pinfalls after two rounds.


  • It helped the team move into second spot behind XXXcellence (1,146), and they then pulled away in the third round with 599 pinfalls to collect the $2,000 winner's cheque.


  • Compatriot Adrian Ang stole the thunder yesterday to finish top with an eight-game total of 1,873 pinfalls, Zulmazran downed 1,861.

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