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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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April 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In partnership with USA Hockey and national sportscaster John Buccigross, Labatt USA today announced its plans to bring greater access to the sport of hockey for all by expanding sled hockey programs throughout the country.
Scarves should be tucked inside a coat or not worn at all since the scarf could get tangled under the sled and pull the sledder off or accidently choke him or her.
In his fourth Olympics, Winston Watts steered the Jamaican sled down the track a full six and a half seconds behind Russian leader Alexander Zubkov after the third run.
Even the sled they were riding - a beautiful old wooden toboggan with plaid cushions - was the same sled from all those years ago.
Bohl also uses computer models of sleds to compute drag.
We make a line of really fancy sleds," Hoskin says.
If the sled were for pleasure only, they would work fine, but for out in the sticks with a load of firewood, they snag on everything.
Climbing a snow-covered hill isn't easy when you're dragging a sled.
We bought a sled for her so she had one like her 11-year-old brother.
It all adds up to a mountain of old-fashioned winter fun on the sled hill.
Daniel Melville, Chukka Caribbean Adventures' Ocho Rios-based general manager, says the venture was inspired by a summer visit his father made to Canada, where he saw a musher running a dog team on a wheeled sled over snow-less terrain, with the wheels enabling him to train year-round.
Azure fixed their leads to their harnesses while I sat in the sled, covered with a heavy blanket for warmth.