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horizontal hula

n. copulation. (Contrived.) She wanted to do some of that horizontal hula.
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The NPAF believes in the promotion and recognition of the artists NPAF works with, but did not coordinate nor is affiliated with the George Na'ope Hula Festival directly.
Recently "Uncle Cy" helped judge the popular "Hula o Na Keiki," or children's hula competition, at Maui's Ka'anapali Beach Hotel.
ALL SMILES: Graham Otterson, Justin Adam and coach Natalie Wood BURNING CALORIES: Kelly Macdonald teaches hula hooping for adults in Stockton TEAMWORK: Graham keeps a close eye on Justin as he practises his bouncing, right COACH: Jo Rear, above Pictures by PETER REIMANN JUMP AROUND: Graham practises his moves on the trampoline, far right and below right GRACE: Justin Adam takes part in trampoline classes for adults each week in Billingham
United said Big Hoops were a "very different" product to Hula Hoops XL, and added that it was confident the product would be a success.
There will be a hula hoop event at Chirk Leisure Centre on April 5.
This could be attributed to the fact that the hula involves more total body movement exercise than step and uses more muscle groups," said the researchers.
She and her hula sisters danced in a row across the grass.
Still, the time went quickly and I did feel a sense of satisfaction that I had, at the grand old age of 34, finally learned to hula hoop.
HOOPLA: 12-year-old Jessica Kirtley of Heworth Grange School trying out the hula hoops workout and, right other youngsters during the workout
And with hula master Robert Cazimero and hip-hop choreographer Ana "Rockafella" Garcia jointly guiding his steps, Woolford's movements are stories in and of themselves.
In 1934 the Jewish Agency purchased the rights to a large part of the Hula Valley.
Hawaii's dance culture is by no means restricted to hula and tap.
Allied Resinous Products, founded by Ed's brother-in-law, Keith Anderson in 1951, extruded the very first vinyl garden hose (for Yardley in Columbus, Ohio) and the first Hula Hoops.
Once a month a group comprising of local entrepreneurs meet at The Ward Arms Hotel for business growth workshops but this month was slightly different, the members were met with hula hoops and balloons and encouraged to take part in various lighthearted games