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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of snowboard.


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  • She could have gotten off the bus, flew to Alaska and snowboarded back to meet our President. steveo

    Obama pays tribute to military in Alaska

  • The 114-foot float featured a giant ramp that several bulldogs snowboarded down.

    Fastest-Growing PR Stunt: Get Into Guinness Records

  • At a brief news conference afterward, Mr. Jacobellis talked about how, while sliding down the hill following her disqualification, she performed "a truck-driver grab," not as an act of defiance but to show people who haven't snowboarded how much fun it can be.

    Why the Olympics Need More Adults

  • Having snowboarded for many years, I decided to make a pilgrimage to the place where it all began.

    Stratton, Vermont: where snowboarding was born

  • I just snowboarded off the mountain into the radio studio, so that worked out well.

    Duncan Sheik: A Troubadour Turns To Theater

  • Katie and Jim went out to the bigger runs and even snowboarded/skied into Switzerland.

    “The Edge...

  • He snowboarded and surfed cold water in drysuits and liked music I'd never heard of, which by default made it better than the stuff I listened to.

    blog: November 2009

  • AllSport GPS, a program for phones without full Web access, uses the phone's global positioning system to track how far a person has walked, run, biked, snowboarded or skied.

    On the Road

  • They have snowboarded together for eight years now, and played music together for nearly as long.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Older Neighbor Boy and Boy in Black have snowboarded together every Sunday for the last eight winters.

    Archive 2008-08-01


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