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


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  • But if you've written an epic fantasy, I don't need to know that you've unicycled across the United States.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • Thierry Bouche, who has unicycled down a 20,000-foot peak in South America.

    Rough-Terrain Unicycling

  • Mr West says the idea for the journey came after they unicycled in the Port Hills in Christchurch last year.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

  • And there in lies the answer ... you, personally may as well have unicycled your way round Britain on a massive Fish and Chip Shop tour if we are talking about operational comparisons.

    Army Rumour Service

  • One of the students dressed as a clown and unicycled around a central square on campus. - News

  • One student dressed as a clown and unicycled around a central square on the Western Washington University campus. Chronicle

  • This was a street-party circus with nine-foot-tall stiltwalkers, unicycled jugglers, poplocking dancers and face-painted rollerskaters.


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