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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.
Overview: Having a website that is easy to find has been one of the keys to the export success of Wood Mallets Ltd.
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.