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  • n. Plural form of water-skier.


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  • ┬áSays here, 'Parasailing over the sapphire blue sea, one soars hundred of feet above water-skiers, boaters, and snorkelers, and the picture is breathtaking.'

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  • Giljam tingles at the idea of anglers taking their cars out on lakes for a day of fishing; of rush-hour commuters bypassing congestion by taking a river as an alternate route; of water-skiers bouncing along in the wake of a speedboat with four wheels.

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  • Tomorrow they're going to go ahead and have a show minus the water-skiers.

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  • Lots of water-skiers out here, a full crowd to watch.

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  • A third tape had only the drone and counterdrone of motorboats and the shouts of water-skiers treading water, for some reason a happy memory.

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  • "He had a powerboat, used to take out water-skiers."

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  • Out on the Teche a barge heaped with glistening piles of mud dredged from the middle of the bayou was being towed downstream, then a speedboat passed, towing water-skiers who sent waves up into the trees along the bank.

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  • A speedboat went by with water-skiers in tow, churning a frothy yellow trough down the center of the bayou.

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  • Not only did this get enormous media coverage, but Branson became one of only four blimp-powered water-skiers on earth.


  • When I glanced at them again, they were walking away from me to the north, toward the towels belonging to the water-skiers.

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