Adult Bumper Bowling
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Adult Bumper Bowling: A term used to describe a lane condition that is very easy.
Bumper Bowling: To help children keep the ball in play and on the lane, manufacturers have developed a system of either placing an inflated bumper into the gutters, or a mechanical bouncy wall that prevents . . . View Full Definition
Open Bowling: Bowling for the fun of it, as opposed to competing in league or tournament play.
Google Bowling: Maliciously trying to lower a sites rank by sending it links from the “bad neighborhood” - Kind of like yelling “Good luck with that infection!” to your buddy as you get off the school bus - . . . View Full Definition
Spot Bowling: Using a particular target on the lane, rather than the pins themselves, as an aiming point. Many bowlers use the range finders, for example.
Subadult: Almost adult: the last instar before maturity.
Vicarious Bowling: Watching WRWjr bowl.
System Of Bowling (SOB): An attempt by the ruling body to legislate a minimum condition that all lanes must provide; it was hoped that it would place a more competitive balance into the game (it hasn't!). In general . . . View Full Definition
Feel Bowling: The practice of using your instincts to make subconscious adjustments in release as you throw the ball; see also area bowling. More common in today's bowling environment where power is often . . . View Full Definition
Child And Adult Care Food Program (CACFP): This child nutrition program provides cash and commodity assistance to support meal service programs in child care centers, headstart facilities, outside of school programs, and family and g . . . View Full Definition
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