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  • n. Plural form of toboggan.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of toboggan.


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  • 2 - Then back to stack the three "toboggans" that slide across Roxy on a pulley system.

    YBW News

  • Going would be very rough for the toboggans since the wet snow would cling to the sleds and freeze.


  • One day we went up to the Williams hut, warmed ourselves with hot chocolate piled with cream and then swapped our skis for old-fashioned toboggans before chasing each other down a 3km run to the foot of the chairlift in powder snow as deep as our chests.

    Family ski: never say never in South Tyrol

  • Mr. Hetteen and three others, including his wife, Bessie, set off from Bethel, Alaska, with three Sno-Traveler snowmobiles towing toboggans loaded with gas and supplies.

    Snowmobile Pioneer Cut a Fast Trail for the Sport

  • Different from the Mackenzie toboggans were the Klondike sleds with runners under them.

    The Love-Master

  • Most people wear helmets when biking nowadays, but not everyone feels the need to don head-protective gear when they take out the snowboards or toboggans.

    Marie Pasinski, M.D.: Tips For Avoiding Winter Falls

  • Orphaned but almost a man, Wyatt moves in with his aunt and uncle and begins making mail-order toboggans.

    Howard Norman's 'What Is Left the Daughter,' reviewed by Ron Charles

  • So, I dug out one of the surviving toboggans sledding on a very steep, icy hill earlier in the season had ripped up most of them, including my 30 year old one from when I was a kid.

    Snow, Glorious Snow

  • Shot list: 1. Seals "showing off" 2. Dolphins with swimmers 3. Underwater shots of animals (including the giant sea turtle) 4. Underwater basketball 5. Underwater dinner (with after dinner smoking) 6. Skiing 7. Surf boat crossing breakers 8. River rapids with canoes and kayaks 9. Battle of the toboggans (looks dangerous)

    Archive 2009-01-25

  • Racing on light toboggans, typically in a head-first position, on a dangerously winding, steeply banked channel of ice: named from a tobogganing course built each year at St Moritz, Switzerland.

    November 2007


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