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horizontal hula

n. copulation. (Contrived.) She wanted to do some of that horizontal hula.
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Hula Health and Nutrition is committed to helping people live longer, healthier lives.
The American Council on Exercise says hula hooping promotes cardiovascular and respiratory health, increases blood flow to the brain, boosts energy and coordination, strengthens torso and leg muscles, and also enhances spinal flexibility.
Meanwhile, the initial results of a UN investigation found that the majority of Hula victims were executed Friday, said a spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Rupert Colville , on Tuesday.
Other attributes, such as generosity, spirituality, harmony, reverence for nature, strong family ties, and respect for ancient legends and traditions find their expression in Hawaiian music, chanting, and hula, and the Hawaiian language is intimately interwoven with the whole.
There's no trickery to it, she says, but the weighted hoops, in adult sizes, make hula hooping a whole lot easier.
The company has extended the bagged snack brand with the launch of Big Hoops, which it described as the same as standard Hula Hoops, "just a 'hole' lot bigger".
The World Invitational Hula Festival will take place November 10-12, 2011.
And if she succeeds the 33-year-old could set a new world record for the longest run while hula hooping.
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LAUNCHED in 1958, more than 100 million Hula Hoops were sold within the first two years, while in Tokyo, the police were forced to ban them from being used in the streets.
The American workout involves hula hoping to hip hop music.
IT IS WORTH NOTING THAT A MISSILE WAS FIRED ON NORTHERN YESTERDAY AND THE ISRAELI SIDE RETALIATED WITH 8 MISSILES THAT LANDED NEAR HULA VILLAGE IN THE SOUTH.
mainland, actor, former Brownskins boy-band star and hula dancer Keo Woolford found that there is a huge gap--at once geographical, artistic and cultural--between the indigenous traditions he grew up with in the Pacific islands and the often strange perceptions of continental Americans about male hula dancers.