Bowling Essay Examples

  • Lake Mungo

    2609 words - 11 pages

    Report – Lake Mungo Contents 1. Introduction 3 2. Excavation 3 2.1 Method and excavation 3 2.2 Main results 5 3. Dating the past 5 3.1 Method 6 3.2 Results 7 4. Artifact analysis 8 4.1 Hearths 8 4.2 Stone tools 8 4.3 Human remains 9 5. Archaeological science 10 5.1 Methods 10 5.2 Conclusions 10 6. Making sense of the past 10 7. Bibliography 12 Figure 1: Plan of Mungo lunette (Shawcross, 1998) 4 Figure 2: Section of site B showing spit levels superimposed upon depositional features (Shawcross, 1998) 6 Figure 3 – Stratigraphic units and age ranges of sites (Bowler J. J.,

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    Rolling A Bowl

    3580 words - 15 pages

    BOWLING I. What is Bowling? Bowling is a sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a bowling ball along a flat surface, usually a wooden or other synthetic surface, either into pins or to get close to a target ball. The most common types include ten-pin, nine-pin, candlepin, duckpin and five-pin bowling, as well as multiple outdoor variations. II. Objective of the Game The objective of bowling is to knock out many pins as possible. III. Mechanics of the Game PROPER STARTING POSTURE So it is that one of the main things that have to be taken into account in

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