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Basque Bowls - Particular Variants - Munadun Erremontea
... called also called Zornotza aldekoa or "the one from the Zornotza area", remonte con muna and juego de Zornotza in Spanish ... This version was particularly common in Biscay roughly in the area between Zollo and Bernagoitia and is still fairly widespread, especially in the area of Amorebieta-Etxan ... The sides of the playing area rises upwards but the most obvious characteristic of this variant is the muna, a ridge that runs down the middle of the playing area ...
Microsoft Entertainment Pack: The Puzzle Collection - Games
... Poker - Coloured rats enter and walk clockwise around a playing area ... spokes, and then releases them again in the best order so that they will exit and the playing area is not overrun ... of sports balls must be placed on the playing field to form a continuous row from one end to the other ...
So Long Sucker - Rules
... This player places a chip onto the playing area, and selects anyone to be the next person to move ... Playing the game Move by playing a chip of any color onto the playing area (starting a new pile), or on top of any existing chip(s) in the playing area ... (by color) is furthest down in the stack Chips are captured by playing two chips of the same color consecutively on one pile ...
Competitive Barrel Rolling - Playing Area
... The playing area is a 40 foot by 28 foot rectangle, with rails on each edge for the barrels to roll upon ...

Famous quotes containing the words area and/or playing:

    The area [of toilet training] is one where a child really does possess the power to defy. Strong pressure leads to a powerful struggle. The issue then is not toilet training but who holds the reins—mother or child? And the child has most of the ammunition!
    Dorothy Corkville Briggs (20th century)

    And there were present
    the Picninnies,
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    and the Garyulies,
    and the great Panjandrum himself,
    with the little round button at top;
    and they all fell to playing the game
    of catch-as-catch-can,
    till the gunpowder ran out at the heels of their boots.
    Samuel Foote (1720–1777)