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a toy consisting of a spool that is reeled up and down on a string by motions of the hand

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The Earbud Yo-Yo opportunity allows the students to receive real world training at our Business Academy by enthusiastically marketing a high tech accessory to their classmates.
Che ling performances are a regular part of New Year celebrations, and the Portland group demonstrated by tossing their bells in the air and catching them with the string, passing the spinning yo-yos back and forth, under their legs and around their backs so smoothly it made it look easy.
Davidson says he's made more than 2,000 yo-yos in this fashion, noting, "I'm pretty much the only person in the world that does this.
Coons estimates he's collected about 200 yo-yos ranging in price from about $5 to $110, with the most expensive being hand-made with ball bearings to draw the string.
We are up about 1000 per cent at least - ten fold on the sales we were having a year ago," the Telegraph quoted David Strang, the managing director of Wicked Vision, the distributor of Duncan yo-yos, as saying.
There is one in Digbeth and I think one in town called Yo-Yos but that might have closed.
Day Watch is shot with such style, wit and originality that you can forgive the over-complex plot, even when it features the Chalk Of Fate and killer yo-yos.
Many of the aristocracy had to leave Paris because of peasant uprisings and the well-to-do children brought their yo-yos, then often made of glass or ivory.
I won't sell any more of these killer yo-yos': A shop manager today removed killer yo-yos from his shelves after it was revealed they have been sold in South Wales.
Among those worried are benefits cheat Dawn Woods (Julia Mallam) who yo-yos between her child's dad Scott Windsor (Ben Freeman) and love-rival Danny Daggert Cleveland Campbell).
An on-pack promotion offers the chance to win '60s toys such as space hoppers, Chopper bikes and yo-yos.
They come in and out like blinking yo-yos sometimes.
What we want to do is try and prove that last season, when we finished sixth, was not a one-off and not be a side that yo-yos around from year to year.
Specifically on sale for children are yo-yos, boomerangs and frisbees, while for rugby watchers there are radios, coffee flasks, hip flasks, clocks and binoculars.
Fears of legal action have prompted many schools and local authorities to ban traditional games including conkers, marbles, yo-yos and sports day contests such as sack and threelegged races.