music roll

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music roll

n
(Instruments) a roll of perforated paper for use in a mechanical instrument such as a player piano
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Tenpin bowling is a sport in which a player rolls a bowling ball down a wooden or synthetic lane with the objective of scoring points by knocking down as many pins as possible.
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When pins are left standing after the first ball, the player rolls a second ball.
If a player rolls the die and already has the piece that comes up, the next player rolls.
Each player rolls the dice and then puts a colored chip on the number on the grid that matches the sum of the dice.
If a player rolls and "A" on the dice, he or she can move a ball onto the court.
The first player rolls the die, and if they answer the trivia question correctly, they advance to the corresponding colored spot.
With the ink-on-paper schematics of Reversed Strung Piano, 2000, Holloway ups the ante, as if finding a way to reconceptualize the complexities of his earlier sculptural installation Black Cabinet, 1997, a large boxy structure covered in black vinyl that the viewer enters to find a player piano and Holloway's own goofy player rolls.
With a quick flick, the player rolls the ball up the ramp and into one of the numbered holes for points, tickets, tokens and achievements.
If a player rolls "Wild" or his own name, that player may choose whose favorite he wants to guess.
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