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Bowling

In the sport of cricket, bowling is the action of propelling the ball toward the wicket defended by a batsmanSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling

the second studio album of the Finnish jazz group U-Street All StarsSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling

a game/sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface either into objects called pins or to get close to a target ballSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling

the 35th episode of Malcolm in the MiddleSource: Wikipedia

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bowling

a game/sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface either into objects called pins or to get close to a target ballSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling Green Township

one of the twenty-five townships of Licking County, Ohio, United StatesSource: Wikipedia

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National Association of Youth Bowling Clubs

a British Ten-pin bowling organisation and is responsible to the British Tenpin Bowling Association (BTBA) for organising tenpin bowling for the under 18 year oldsSource: Wikipedia

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Polish Bowling

an outdoor sport played between either two people, or two teams of either two or three peopleSource: Wikipedia

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Youth Bowling Canada

YBC or Youth Bowling Canada, is a non-profit sports organization with the mandate to promote organized 5 pin and 10 pin bowling to youth aged 3 to 21 in a cross-Canada leagueSource: Wikipedia

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Fédération Internationale des Quilleurs also called "International Bowling Federation" was founded in 1952 to foster worldwide interest in amateur tenpin and ninepin bowling

as well as international friendship by encouraging world and zone tournaments and other competition between bowlers of different countriesSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling for Soup

the self-titled album from the pop punk band Bowling for Soup, was recorded at C & L Studios in September of 1994, on the band's own self-formed record label Que-so RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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Women's International Bowling Congress

(WIBC) was an organization for women bowlers formed in 1916 as a counterpart to the American Bowling Congress (ABC)Source: Wikipedia

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Basque bowls also called Basque bowling

is one of the few Basque rural sports which do not originate in an activity related to rural or marine workSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling Green

a stop along the SEPTA Media (Route 101) trolley lineSource: Wikipedia

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Roger Bowling

a Nashville songwriter in the 1970s who specialized in Country musicSource: Wikipedia

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Bowling Headliners

television's first regularly scheduled bowling showSource: Wikipedia

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