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bowling ball

a round, heavy ball for bowling, usually made of hard rubber or plastic, with holes drilled into it for the bowler's thumb and two fingers. Unabridged
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  • Think in terms of the rubber sheet description of gravity, with the bowling ball deforming the sheet.
  • Nor would the fact that you don't know the difference between a astronomical spheroid and a bowling ball.
  • In theory, there is no limit to how precise and powerful a bowling ball could be made.
  • The bowling ball's weight deforms the medium of the mattress, and the deformed medium influences the marble's movement.
  • In the world of quantum physics, thanks to the uncertainty principle, a flea can indeed throw a bowling ball to another flea.
  • If you drop a bowling ball on your bare foot, it hurts.
  • The football might have felt as heavy as a bowling ball.
  • Embedded in the limestone are bowling ball size holes from which water drips and spouts, creating a unique water feature.

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