badminton racket

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Noun1.badminton racket - a light long-handled racket used by badminton playersbadminton racket - a light long-handled racket used by badminton players
badminton - a game played on a court with light long-handled rackets used to volley a shuttlecock over a net
racquet, racket - a sports implement (usually consisting of a handle and an oval frame with a tightly interlaced network of strings) used to strike a ball (or shuttlecock) in various games
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Considering that it is usually organised in parks, I recommend taking advantage of the green and open space by having your own picnic or bringing something to play with like a football or a badminton racket. They also sometimes put up food stalls so you may not always have to bring your own food.
Calling herself a warrior in sports, Magno said that she is ready to trade her badminton racket for high-heeled shoes.
Citing an example, she pointed out Canadas envoy to Norway is a transgender.PTI-Gulalai will have badminton racket as its election symbol.
Now 56, Williams hung up his badminton racket in his early 20s, by which time he'd notched up a host of highlights including representing Wales in the European Championships and winning the Welsh under-23s title.
On the final page it is suggested that the girl can be her own imaginary prince/hero figure too, with horse, helmet, and badminton racket, ...
"Most of us have never picked up a badminton racket before, so it should be a lot of fun." joked Helen.
A Javelin B Ski C Badminton racket D Lacrosse stick QUESTION 5 - for 5 points: Which bird has nostrils at the tip of its beak?
As the argument progressed, Issara dropped his badminton racket and chased Jongjit onto another court, tackling him to the ground and unleashing a series of punches and kicks on his former partner in front of a stunned Vancouver crowd.
Anyone attending all six weeks of the course, promoted by Badminton England and Active Newcastle, will receive a free badminton racket.
Ms Madoc admitted she had not picked up a badminton racket in 40 years, joking: "I really need a few lessons to brush up, so if you know anybody who would give an old lady some lessons, the Echo has my number."
But the carbon fibers produced by the FPC are mainly used in the production of bicycle, tennis racket, badminton racket, golf club, 3C (consumer electronics, communications, computer) products, and aerospace materials.
She only carries her badminton racket in her hand and perhaps that's the reason why she was not invited to Delhi by the Congress president Sonia Gandhi even after the Beijing Olympics and now the world event in Malaysia; yes, I am talking about Saina Nehwal, the world No 10 in badminton!