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yo-yo

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What better way to experience enterprise and enjoy the benefits of our new Castle View High School branded Earbud Yo-Yo.
Which it wasn't, as people found out when invited to try the yo-yos after the performance.
For instance, 19-year old Millbury resident Jeffrey Coons recently won two of the four divisions he competed in at the Northeast Regional Yo-Yo Contest in Florence, Mass.
The companies are pushing them hard and I wouldn't be surprised to see yo-yos being played in every playground of every primary school by the summer.
Tracy dispelled the myth that yo-yos were used as weapons in the Philippines because the physics of the toy makes it improbable.
A nine-year-old boy has become the first South Wales victim of the potentially lethal yo-yo.
These sensors, also known as yo-yos, consist of a motorized drum and trip switch, which drops a weight to the depth of the silo and registers the level when it reaches the surface of the material stored inside.
The list of crazes is topped by Rubik's Cube and includes yo-yos, hula- hoops and Beanie Babies.
YO-YOS have come a long way since the ancient Greeks used them as weapons, Napoleon used them to relax before battle and Filipino porter Pedro Flores began marketing them in San Francisco in 1928.
David Hall has been collecting yo-yos for more than a decade.
For the console and PC versions, gamers must master an arsenal of gadgets, including bottle rocket jet packs, slingshots, yo-yos, cannons, hover boards, and an alien suit to get the characters out of sticky situations like alien invasions, spiraling asteroids and corn field mazes.
The production team has souped up the traditional Pan tale, making it firstly more Scouse (Wendy and Co come from Liverpool, Leanne Campbell's feisty Tiger Lily has an accent that yo-yos between "how" and Great Howard Street) and secondly, injecting more broad comedy into proceedings.
Pupils were asked to buy special yo-yos for the event and have raised more than pounds 3,000.
So, if we can get robots to play yo-yos more effectively, we may be able to get them to walk and run more effectively, too," he added.
Participants can try brush painting, knot-making and tangram puzzles, or make lanterns, pandas, fans, kites, yo-yos, scrolls and other projects inspired by Chinese art and culture.