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skate consisting of a boot with a steel blade fitted to the sole

move along on ice skates

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Today the dangers of ice-skating on frozen lakes and rivers and the rise of purpose built rinks mean the sport is less popular.
The tourists said they had a unique experience and thoroughly enjoyed ice-skating on natural ice.
The legendary ice-skating pair will also perform The Bolero at the start of the ITV show.
I love ice-skating there,' said Walter, who is married to Diane, 67.
Due to a recent ice-skating injury, she was forced to withdraw from the last competition she entered.
Auerbach counts satellites as taxable movable personal property--like boats, construction equipment, and ice-skating costumes.
On a cloudy and cold afternoon in January, Alicia Zeitz and Nicholas Zmuda, two Special Olympics figure skaters, lit up the famous ice-skating rink at Rockefeller Center in New York City.
When the firm outgrew its Madison Avenue facility, it moved to what had been Skyrink - huge ice-skating facility on the top floors of 450 West 33rd Street.
James: But ice-skating is a sport and has art elements.
Over 350 children participated in the carnival, various ice-skating performances like the fancy dress parade, skating races, dances, ice hockey and torch light dance was organized during the event.
Jayne, a healthy ice-skating instructor, collapsed in the bedroom of her home in Bracknell, Berks, on Wednesday.
ICE-SKATING stars picked up gongs at a special club contest.