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  • v. Present participle of scooter.
  • n. The activity of riding a scooter, often specifically a kick scooter


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  • As an older woman and longtime safe travel activist, I am more afraid than ever of youngsters bicycling - and now more often "scootering" - on sidewalks and park paths because of their often total disregard for those sharing pedestrian territories.

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  • The paved beachside path is ideal for cycling, tricycling, scootering, toddling, or purposefully pushing a toy pram back and forth all day long – and it's just a few car-free steps away.

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  • The ideal the book puts forth is of unfussy, lived-in, creative, imperfect homes; it's a postcard taped to a vanity mirror, or two children scootering across a loft's exquisite floorboards, or cheap blue vases from Chinatown wired into lamps.

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  • I mean, c'mon, scootering down a mountain at top speed?

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  • Pussycat Club Ibiza Reunion Party, BrightonAs the fabled White Isle prepares to wind down the beach brolly on another season, it's time to fondly reminisce over backs painfully sunburnt after an afternoon's topless scootering and credit cards maxed out after that ill-advised round of drinks with your new bezzie mates.

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  • I am from Arab and learning to speak English, give please true I wrote the following sentence: "Enough, by the punk of the underside, dave incorporates that he has fast considered to stay the scootering, missing ollie transferred."

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  • The kiddies and all the other neighbourhood kids have been playing outside all day every day, having a great time scootering, digging, swinging, sliding, flower-picking and chalking.

    April 2006

  • I know the horse wasn't going too fast and you were right there, but I still think it's worth mentioning to everyone here to please protect your kids when skating, scootering, biking, horseback riding etc even for "just a few seconds" - something bad only takes one second.

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  • We children of the sixties are getting a little long in the tooth for scootering- although I fully intend to get one.

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  • As soon as it's warm enough, M and E are outside every minute they can be--scootering, chalking, hula hooping, skipping.

    Archive 2005-04-01


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