half gainer a fancy dive in which the diver springs from the board facing forward and does a back fl

Half gainer a fancy dive in which the diver springs from the board facing forward and does a back fl

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half gainer  a fancy dive in which the diver springs from the board facing forward and does a back  flip in the air so as to enter the water headfirst, facing the board. halitosis  bad-smelling breath. halitosis  bad-smelling breath. hemorrhage  the escape of large quantities of blood from a blood vessel; heavy bleeding. highballs  tall glasses of liquor, usually whiskey or brandy, mixed with water, soda water, ginger ale,  etc. and served with ice. Holland Tunnel  a passageway connecting lower Manhattan with Jersey City, New Jersey, beneath  the Hudson River. hound's-tooth jacket  a jacket featuring a pattern of irregular broken checks. incognito  with true identity unrevealed or disguised; under an assumed name, rank, etc. inferiority complex  any feeling of inferiority, inadequacy, etc.; originally a psychiatric term.
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