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a resident of a coastal area

someone who coasts

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a covering (plate or mat) that protects the surface of a table (i

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The light blur of smoke, from an invisible steamer, faded on the great clearness of the horizon like the mist of a breath on a mirror; and, inshore, the white sails of a coaster, with the appearance of disentangling themselves slowly from under the branches, floated clear of the foliage of the trees.
A little while after this there came in a Dutch ship from Batavia; she was a coaster, not an European trader, of about two hundred tons burden; the men, as they pretended, having been so sickly that the captain had not hands enough to go to sea with, so he lay by at Bengal; and having, it seems, got money enough, or being willing, for other reasons, to go for Europe, he gave public notice he would sell his ship.
The coasters, which are available in a multitude of styles, designs, colors, and materials, are completely customizable for any company that needs a specialized product for its events.
For those avid Mobile Users; Custom Built Media is also creating the coasters new Mobile Apps in IOS, Android and Windows versions.
COUNTRY COASTERS COUNTRY COASTERS | Set of four forest leaves coasters, PS7.
You get to test more than 50 coasters, in 8 different theme parks in England.
Climb into the world's most famous roller coasters and experience the excitement in real time or design a new roller coaster that is engineered to your specifications.
For 54 years, Six Flags has entertained millions of families with world-class coasters, themed rides, thrilling water parks and unique attractions.
There will be five additional Coasters within the park as well and eight rides for children of all ages.
In response, Congressman Markey released a statement that said, in part, "I am encouraged that the amusement park industry is finally taking so seriously the potential for brain injury on roller coasters and other rides.
Louis, the Coaster Capital of Missouri, is hosting a six-hour coaster marathon on all 9 of its coasters.
Jodi Malone, 46, a card-carrying member of the American Coaster Enthusiasts who has survived 373 roller coasters across the nation, just added one more to the list.
Markey cited a "study" of 58 cases of brain injuries allegedly related to roller coasters over a 30-year period.
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Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania in 2002 determined roller coasters simply do not produce enough ``head rotational acceleration'' to cause either bleeding or swelling of the brain.