two-planker

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two-planker

n. a skier. (From a snowboarder’s point of view.) A couple of two-plankers zoomed past us and scared us to death.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Quotation For Planker, Iimr Unit, Pau Campus, Ludhiana
She had told her deputy principal how she was being treated very badly and was called names such as "b***h, planker, stupid, dim, lazy shite and retard".
Schnittger S, Bacher U, Haferlach C, Beelen D, Bojko P, Burkle D, Dengler R, Distelrath A, Eckart M, Eckert R, Fries S, Knoblich J, Kochling G, Laubenstein HP, Petrides P, Planker M, Pihusch R, Weide R, Kern W, Haferlach T.
CILLIAN SHERIDAN admits he has been a bit of a planker.
Of course, I can't call myself a fully-fledged planker until my artistic performance has been witnessed and photographed.
Slice it flat: Coring and planking a pear into thin vertical slices is a breeze, thanks to the Pear Planker kitchen tool developed and marketed by the Milwaukie, Ore.
The planker (person who planks) lies face down, palms attached to the side, and pretends to be a wooden board.
The planker must lie face down, on the ground or aerial, body straight like a wooden board, and palms attached to the side.
Celebrity plankers have included Gordon Ramsay, Phillip Schofield, Hugh Hefner and Jenni Falconer, who did the controversial "face up" technique due to being pregnant.
8220;This planking phenomenon is taking off, and we thought it would be fun to join in,” said Jim Minge, one of the plankers and also the President/CEO of Texas Trust Credit Union.
The Planking Wales Facebook page has rallied for more support, saying, "C'mon all you welsh plankers - Let's get planking
Contestants, known as plankers, come from all over the world to leap for glory in the competition held on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent.
Queensland Police Service recently issued a statement saying that plankers could be charged with a criminal offence "if they attempt the activity in areas that constitute trespass or in dangerous locations".
Deputy Police Commissioner Ross Barnett indicated police could charge plankers if they were found trespassing or engaging in an unauthorised high-risk activity and reiterated police had done just that to a man in Gladstone who planked on a police car last week.
Following the tragic death at Kangaroo Point in Brisbane, police are urging plankers to re-think their actions.