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Sled

In auto sales, a trade-in automobile with little or no value.
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After four months of skiing and dog sledding, we set up our final camp 40 kilometres from Iqaluit on the penultimate day in May.
According to the Associated Press, communities in Iowa, New Jersey, Nebraska, Indiana and Illinois, are taking steps to restrict sledding on municipal properties.
When I was a young lad in the '70s, about a million kids hit the sledding slopes every time the snow fell.
The region's safe sledding options have expanded in recent weeks, with the opening of two new "sno-play areas.
Children should be supervised by a responsible adult while sledding.
He doesn't see much sledding anymore, but recalls another era, when it was a popular winter activity.
I was first introduced to the presence of these tracks by my mild-mannered German teacher Regina, who told me that she and her husband go sledding on their winter holidays instead of skiing.
Despite its inherent hazards, sledding is a great winter activity - if done safely on proper sites.
A sledding game is a natural fit for Wii owners, and we can't wait to see everyone using their natural body movements to steer their sleds down those slopes
Participants enjoyed ice skating, sledding and bonfires.
The sledding paths on the hills are free of trees and branches.
She is on the wrong side of the television camera, working for NBC when she would rather be sledding for America.