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The mass in all mallets has been distributed to manage ball performance on off-center hits.
prime contractor for the redevelopment of the Farm of three mallets in Machault
Participants in hardcourt bike polo often construct their own mallets--wooden equestrian polo mallets are too long and otherwise ill-suited because they break easily when hit against concrete.
euro]e ball can be struck with the mallet or any part of a player's body ORSEGWAY but may only be directed using the mallet.
A passage from a 1763 letter to James Boswell reveals one such squabble between two relatively neglected literary Scots, Sir David Dalrymple of Hailes (1726-1792) and David Mallet (ne Malloch).
KEEP THESE TIPS IN MIND WHEN YOU ARE USING HAMMERS AND MALLETS.
Unlike golf, however, a standard course consists of 10 par-three to -five holes; a single multi-use rubber-headed mallet replaces golf's set of clubs; and the balls are slightly larger than baseballs.
Over the past 53 years, the company has grown to become a leading designer and manufacturer of drumsticks, mallets and percussion accessories.
There are a variety of mallet shapes and sizes for specific tasks.
They do get to play by female rules, however, like using both hands to grip the mallet.
The 44-year-old actor, who was very close to postman Chris Mallet, 46, was too upset to watch it.