monkey bars


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monkey bars

pl.n.
A structure of poles and bars on which children can play, as in a playground; a jungle gym.

jun•gle•gym

(ˈdʒʌŋ gəlˌdʒɪm, -ˈdʒɪm)
n.
a playground apparatus consisting of a framework of horizontal and vertical bars on which children can climb.
[1923, Amer.; formerly a trademark]
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The play area, which features an adventure trail with monkey bars, stepping stones, and a wobble board, was funded by the rugby charity Wooden Spoon.
KEEPING BALANCE: Lucas Quinney, aged six ALL SMILES: Hannah Allen and Ben O'Dell, both aged six, in the school's garden and Shay Parnell, six, on the monkey bars.
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The team - Matt Cockrell, Chris Plews, Paul Cleghorn and Steve Calnan, all from Cardiff - tackled a series of challenges including hay bale, rope and slippery walls, army assault obstacles, monkey bars, inflatable obstructions and water features.
It includes sit-ups, monkey bars, leap frog and hurdles and rustic weight lifting logs.
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The fight occurred in the B facility's exercise yard, which includes a grassy area, basketball courts, a soccer field and monkey bars, prison spokesman Ron Nipper said.
A few kids sulk through the park, the sandbox full of hard scrabble, the monkey bars too hot to touch.
The wooden climbing frame, slide and monkey bars have made a welcome addition to the junior yard.