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a party or gathering for dancing

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a solid projectile that is shot by a musket

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the people assembled at a lavish formal dance

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a spherical object used as a plaything

United States comedienne best known as the star of a popular television program (1911-1989)

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a lavish dance requiring formal attire

the game of baseball

a pitch that is not in the strike zone

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form into a ball by winding or rolling

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Airport star Jeremy Spake gets the ball rolling by exploring the volcanoes of Lanzarote by camel.
O'Neill gets the ball rolling on his tenure with back-to-back friendlies, at home to Latvia tomorrow week and then away to Poland in Poznan four days later.
Head Space (nap) gets the ball rolling in the division one of the 6f handicap (3.
Suzi gets the ball rolling by examining cheap netbooks, persuading X Factor star Chico, DJ Normski and Big Brother winner Brian Belo to help her.
3 Active gets the ball rolling EUR17,995 while the EUR19,595 Dynamic is probably as much as you could need.
Kirsty Gallacher gets the ball rolling as she journeys to Singapore via Amsterdam.
Kevin Lynch, Knowsley sports development officer, looks on as Jack Robinson gets the ball rolling at the new golf starter centre; Jack Robinson; Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY
Hall Green gets the ball rolling this morning with two heats apiece over their allocated trips.
THE JOY OF SEXTON: Johnny Sexton kicks the penalty which decided the final TIGER WOODS: Ben Woods bursts through for the Leicester try LEIN OF FIRE: Brian 0'Driscoll gets the ball rolling for the Irish challengers with a drop goal at Murrayfield - and although Leicester forged into a 16-9 lead after the break, Leinster fought back in a thriller to lift the Heineken Cup for the first time
Another Scot, Ladybank's Martin Gray, gets the ball rolling at 7.