The action of traveling over snow on skis, esp. as a sport or recreation. Competitive skiing falls into two categories: Nordic (cross-country racing, jumping, and biathlon) and Alpine (downhill or straight racing, and slalom racing around a series of markers),
The action of traveling over snow on skis, esp. as a sport or recreation. Competitive skiing falls into two categories: Nordic (cross-country racing, jumping, and biathlon) and Alpine (downhill or straight racing, and slalom racing around a series of markers)
a sport in which participants must travel on skis
(ski) move along on skis; "We love to ski the Rockies"; "My children don't ski"
(ski) narrow wood or metal or plastic runners used in pairs for gliding over snow
(skier) someone who skis
Skiing is a group of sports using skis as equipment for traveling over snow. Skis are used in conjunction with boots that connect to the ski with use of a binding.
Skiing is a video game cartridge for the Atari 2600 console. It was authored by Bob Whitehead, and released by Activision in 1980.
Skiing (released as U. S. Ski Team Skiing) is a sports video game produced by Mattel and released for its Intellivision video game system in 1980. Up to six players compete individually on either a downhill or slalom course to see who can complete the course the fastest. ...
A ski is a long, flat device worn on the feet designed to help the wearer slide smoothly over snow. Originally intended as an aid to travel in snowy regions, they are now mainly used for recreational and sporting purposes. ...
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(Ski (driving stunt)) Skiing is an automotive driving stunt where the car is driven while balanced only on two wheels, either the pair on the driver side or on the passenger side.
(SKI (gene)) The Ski protein is a nuclear protooncoprotein that is associated with tumors at high cellular concentrations. ...
(Ski (producer)) David Willis, otherwise known as DJ Ski and Ski Beatz, is an African-American record producer mainly working in hip hop. Discovered by DJ Clark Kent, Ski was originally known as "MC Will-Ski". ...
(Ski (soda)) Ski is an orange and lemon flavored soft drink using actual orange and lemon concentrates manufactured by the Double Cola Company. Some have likened Ski’s unique citrus flavor to Mountain Dew, Mello Yello, Vault, or Squirt. One 12 oz. ...
(Ski (soft drink)) Double Cola is the name of a soft drink and the company that manufactures Double Cola.
(ski) One of a pair of long flat runners designed for gliding over snow; To move on skis; To travel over (a slope etc.) on skis; travel on skis at (a place), especially as a sport
(Ski) 1) short for “jet ski” 2) What your parents used to do, still not the same as wakeskating
(Ski) Short term used for describing a Muskie / Musky.
(SKIER) [Lyjhnik] – one of two central discursive figures in “sliding without Cheating,” the second figure is KOLOBOK. (S. Anufriev. Na sklone gory, 1993).
The skier can be used to cross gaps. He will ski down a slope and jump when there is an upward ramp ath the bottom.
Skis used for most of the Mt. Logan ascent.
The skis must be as tall as the competitors minus 1.5 inches (4 cm).
Paris wants to go skiing at Saint Moritz with Torres on the holodeck; Paris agrees to go to Tahiti instead as long as he can go water skiing. (Waking Moments)