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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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The Lattjo tongue drum and drumstick sets, which were mainly sold by Swedish furniture retailer Ikea, were found to have rubber balls that came unscrewed.
Roll the smaller rubber ball across the plastic, past the large ball.
Or maybe they should have used pepper spray or rubber ball pistols against bad guys armed with 10-gauge shotguns?
In a statement read out to the inquest, Shakeela said the day before she had bought two small rubber balls for Kiran and one for her other
They did have a rubber ball, but apparently they did not kick it.
Aron's handler pulls him out of the shrubs and again Aron pulls and "responds" only 10 meters from the first area, and stares longingly for the red rubber ball.
At the end of the leash is a rubber ball with a straw-size hole in it.
I'll never forget one shot I saw of a leather-clad bear--see, I know the lingo--sporting handcuffs, a rubber ball in his mouth, and a T-shirt that said, I'M SHY.
He brings a rubber ball (his transitional object) with him to the hospital, and the man accompanies him up the stairs as George "held his big rubber ball tight.
It is played on a basketball-sized court, where two four-member teams (one person is a goalie) try to maneuver a large rubber ball across the opponents' goal line--without backing up.
The rubber ball, which is lodged in mouldings on the side of Lincoln Cathedral, is thought to be the oldest in Britain but has gone unnoticed for nearly a century.
Red Rubber Ball waits patiently to be discovered, but no one seems to be interested in developing a lasting relationship.
It is hard to believe that it is going on six years since the horse described by trainer Gordon Richards as his rubber ball had to be put down after breaking a leg in the 1998 Martell Chase at Aintree just a fortnight after his brilliant victory in the Champion Chase at Cheltenham.
For example, residents (including those with Alzheimer's and dementia-related diseases) can still retain hand functions by squeezing the soil instead of a rubber ball.
The CSR test specimen is essentially a rubber ball (sphere) of 6.