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  • n. Plural form of tobogganer.


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  • She's bridling at his leaving for a tour and after he does, she heads to a winter resort -- for which clever designer Andrew Jackness provides a mountain slope for tobogganers -- where she dallies with the young Baron Lummer Andrew Bidlack.

    David Finkle: First Nighter: Richard Strauss's Mezz-a-Mezz Intermezzo

  • If the English tobogganers set one fashion, Nietzsche set another: subsequent literary visitors to the upper

    Scaling the Heights

  • It was an ideal place for the thrilling sport -- for there were a number of high places where experts could take high jumps, and lower slopes in plenty for the learners and the more timid, and great snowy fields beyond where the whiteness was broken by the gay-coloured caps and scarves of tobogganers and skaters.

    Judy of York Hill

  • In Harz moutains, Germany, 30 topless tobogganers braved the elements.


  • Nevertheless, the naked - or at least almost naked - tobogganers managed to attract a substantial amount of curious onlookers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • By the time it came to the final event the sun had decided to make an appearance but its rays were not strong enough to warm the freezing tobogganers.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • In winter, the road closes to all but tobogganers who stand on the shoulder past the second hairpin to slide onto the snowy course.

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  • The stone structure had four fireplaces to warm skaters, skiers, sledders and tobogganers.


  • new Tobogganing kids have no ideal helmet Ottawa study tests ice hockey, ski and bicycle helmets for tobogganers Last Updated: Jan 20, 2012 10:45 AM ET

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