squash ball


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Noun1.squash ball - rubber ball used in playing squashsquash ball - rubber ball used in playing squash  
ball - round object that is hit or thrown or kicked in games; "the ball travelled 90 mph on his serve"; "the mayor threw out the first ball"; "the ball rolled into the corner pocket"
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squash ball

npallina da squash
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Tenders are invited for Procurement of sports items (squash ball tennis ball, and shuttle cock)
The Tynemouth Squash Club player first hit a squash ball aged just five but started to receive proper coaching when aged nine.
CHEATING CLAIMEven though I couldn't tell a tennis ball from a squash ball if it hit me on my sizeable forehead, I track every win, every loss and every setback that sister Serena has to deal with.
He is a very bad cricketer except when you are playing cricket in a 12/16 room, using a curtain rod as a bat and a squash ball; he is simply outstanding and unbeatable.
The female squash players of Peshawar would also be given squash ball, rackets, track-suites and shoes as well during the event, Mian Khan Afridi said.
Mike has asked all his friends to carry a squash ball - as Sylvester Stallone's character does - and when they meet another mutual friend, they have to challenge them to show it.
On sunny days, why not swap the squash ball for a tennis ball and have a few sets on the allweather court outside?
The final will be remembered largely for Adam Gilchrist's extraordinary match-winning century -- played with a squash ball apparently tucked inside his batting gloves for a better grip -- erroneous decisions made by the umpires, rain and more rain, floodlights refusing to turn on and the presence of a selection of the craziest disc jockeys from the Caribbean celebrating every four and six with bursts of unrestrained high-voltage Soca and calypso music.
In JK Rowling's novels, the Snitch is a sort of magical, winged squash ball, pursued by "seeker" Harry Potter in a variety of high-stakes, airborne Quidditch contests.
Negri suffered a detached retina after being smacked in the eye with the squash ball and when he came back he wasn't the same player.
"Trying to knock the skin off a squash ball is a great way to get rid of any tension and frustration."
He then feigned death using a squash ball under his arm to cut off his pulse.