Some articles on balls, ball:

Balls Mahoney - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment (2005–2008)
... brand, one of the first announcements was the signing of Balls Mahoney ... but when Rotten missed some WWE dates and was released, Balls was left to start a singles career ... During the "cross promotion" hype, Balls appeared on the June 5 edition of Raw with other ECW wrestlers who proceeded to attack WWE Champion John Cena ...
Bungee Ball - Fashion and Availability
... Bungee balls were a fad in February 1991 and most bungee balls were sold during this time period ... because often after about 4–7 hours of use, the Bungee Ball's bungee cord would snap, and the ball itself would break, releasing synthetic liquid ... By then, nearly all Bungee Balls had vanished from retail stores ...
Functional Training - Equipment
... include Clubbells Macebells Cable machines Barbells Dumbbells Medicine balls Kettlebells Bodyweight training Physioballs (also called Swiss balls or exercise balls) Resistance ...
Friendship Ball
... A friendship ball is a hollow sphere of plain or striated glass hung in cottage windows in 20th century North America as an act of friendship ... European Art glass balls for holiday decoration are commonly referred to in Austria and Germany as kugels (balls or spheres) ... In North America these glass balls are marketed in many ways witch balls, spirit balls, spirit catchers, friendship balls, gazing balls, wishing balls, and ...
Mr. Bucket - Gameplay
... Blue, green, yellow, and red plastic balls in the shape of a square are scattered around the floor like pins, and players each choose a shovel that corresponds to the ball color they will attempt to ... Bucket is turned on, players scoop up the balls that match their shovel and drop them into the top of Mr ... Bucket will spit the balls that have been placed inside him out of his mouth at regular intervals ...

Famous quotes containing the word balls:

    If the head is lost, all that perishes is the individual; if the balls are lost, all of human nature perishes.
    François Rabelais (1494–1553)

    look the spangles
    that sleep all the year in a dark box
    dreaming of being taken out and allowed to shine,
    the balls the chains red and gold the fluffy threads,

    put up your little arms
    and i’ll give them all to you to hold
    —E.E. (Edward Estlin)