Jet Ski

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Jet Ski

 (jĕt)
A trademark for a personal watercraft.

Jet Ski

n
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) trademark a small self-propelled vehicle for one person resembling a scooter, which skims across water on a flat keel, and is steered by means of handlebars
vb (intr; usually not capitals) , -skis, -skiing, -skied or -ski'd
(Swimming, Water Sports & Surfing) to ride a Jet Ski
Jet Skier n
Jet Skiing n

Jet′ Ski`

Trademark. a jet-propelled boat ridden like a motorcycle.
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In a press statement here after arriving from the championships which ended a few days ago, he thanked the attention given to the sport of jet-skiing locally by the likes of the Public Authority for Youth and Sports, the Kuwaiti Olympic Committee, and the private sector represented in a great part by the Agility Company.
Friends of the 65-year-old who were also jet-skiing searched the area and spotted the man, semi-conscious in the water.
We advise women not to go jet-skiing on their own as this may result in men harassing them and causing them to become confused and lose control," he said.
Summary: Lingering violence and raw sewage in the water are no deterrents for a group of wealthy, young Iraqis who spend their free time jet-skiing along the Tigris river in a burst of white foam and
Devoted father of two Jeremy Hoyland, 41, set off on a jet-skiing trip from the holiday island of Bali with four friends last Friday.
A 15 year-old girl who went missing while jet-skiing yesterday was found safe after a search and rescue operation involving three lifeboats, seven other vessels and an RAF helicopter.
Alongside the jet-skiing, the hospice's Summer Xtreme event also attracted around 40 visitors willing to test their nerve with a bungee jump in aid of the charity.