Frisbee

  • (noun): A light plastic disk about 10 inches in diameter; sailed with a flip of the wrist for recreation or competition.

Some articles on frisbee:

Labatts - Corporate Activities
... In 1983-86, Labatt sponsored Ken Westerfield, Canadian Frisbee champion and world record holder, to perform Frisbee shows throughout Ontario, as well as sponsor the World Guts (Frisbee ...
Richard Knerr
... June 1925 – 14 January 2008) was an American inventor best known for marketing the Frisbee and Hula Hoop ... There are many stories as to how the frisbee and hula-hoop came about, but here are the facts The Pluto Plate Flying Saucer was originally invented ... Frisbee" and they decided to name their product "Frisbee" ...
Frisbee (album)
... Released in 2002, Frisbee is the fourth studio album from the Venezuelan Latin rock band Caramelos de Cianuro ... Frisbee joins the toughness of rock with the subtlety of pop, thanks to the influence of producer Enrique Gonzalez Müller, who has worked with bands like Nine Inch Nails, Joe Satriani and The ...
Saint Benedict At Auburndale - Extra-curricular - Clubs and Groups
... Originally founded by Christopher Cahill in the 2005-6, SBA's Ultimate Frisbee team plays other local high school teams in the Memphis Frisbee Association ... were undefeated for their first regular season and placed third in the past Habitat for Humanity Frisbee Tournament losing to Alumni of Collierville ...
Lonnie Frisbee
... Lonnie Frisbee (June 6, 1949 – March 12, 1993) was an American Pentecostal evangelist and self-described "seeing prophet" and mystic in the late 1960s and 1970s ... Frisbee was a key figure in the Jesus movement and eyewitness accounts of his ministry documented in the 2007 Emmy-nominated film Frisbee The Life and ... hippie preachers, "there was one." The term 'power evangelism' comes from Frisbee's ministry ...

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