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  • n. Alternative spelling of roller skate.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • to glide on roller skates, as one might on ice skates.


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  • Yeah I was only 5 the first time around, but I could dance and rollerskate.

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  • And that statement is, "I rollerskate shirtless to the 'Xanadu' soundtrack in Central Park."

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  • Molak, of the silver tooth, drove kids into neighborhoods with sidewalks you could rollerskate right up onto.

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  • Dapplegrey is where girls learn to rollerskate and boys tack playing cards to the spokes of their bicycle wheels.

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  • Moreover, whether one is born with it or not, one has a pre-existing right to ride a horse or a burro or bicycle or scooter or walk or rollerskate or skateboard or ski or hop skip and jump, again limited only by regulations that apply to public and private ways.

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  • While some famous faces such as venerated actor Jose Carlos Ruiz and famed intellectual Carlos Monsivias still make it their business to regularly attend La Lagunilla and sate their appetite for collectibles, for many well-heeled Mexican collectors it's just too much of an inconvenience to travel in by Metro - or, perhaps, learn how to rollerskate - so numbers are down at the market, and more antiques are available, at cheaper prices.

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  • "Sorry, we don't carry inner tubes, but we do have this bookend shaped like a rollerskate."

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  • Olson hitchhiked to Chicago and struck a deal with the world's largest rollerskate manufacturer to buy its dormant in-line-skate patent.

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  • Please welcome the Baby Einstein Lady, the guy who saved a guy on the subway, a marine who got wounded, a really tall basketball player, The Radio City Music Hall Rockettes, a dog who can rollerskate, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir!!!!

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  • Along the way the group runs into a hodgepodge of rival gangs out for their blood, ranging from the facepainted, bat-swinging Baseball Furies to the rollerskate-equipped Punks.

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