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bowel, n. 1. (often pi.) Anat. intestine; intestines, large intestine, small intestine, colon, colons, (of swine) chitterlings.
2. bowels
(usu. pi.) Inf. innards, inwards, insides; vitals, vital organs, vital parts; viscera, (of animals) entrails, Inf. gizzard, SI. guts.
3.
(usu. pi.) interior, interior part, interior space, in
side, inside part, inner part, inner space; recess, recesses, penetralia; belly, depth, depths; hold, cavity, vault, -v. 4. disembowel, embowel, eviscerate,
Rare, vis
cerate, exenterate.,
5. devitalize, weaken, enervate; debilitate, enfeeble, deplete, sap, exhaust.
bower,
n. 1. arbor, grotto, alcove, recess, leafy shelter; retreat, refuge, haven, hermitage, asylum, resort, sanctuary, ark, covert, hideaway, mew.
2. cottage, hut, hutch, shack, shanty,
Scot. bothy; cot, bungalow, Brit. Dial, cote, Scot. but-and-bend; cabin, log cabin, blockhouse, A-frame; lodge, ski lodge, chalet.
3.
(in medieval castles) boudoir, private chamber, bedroom, dressing room.

-v. 4. embower, shelter, shade, screen, protect, hide; surround, circle, encircle, encompass. bowl1, n. 1. dish, saucer, porringer, boat, tureen, flagon; basin, sink, tub, pan; vessel, receptacle, container.
2. cup, mug, tankard, stein, toby, rummer, noggin,
Chiefly Scot. tass, Scot and North Eng. stoup, Chiefly Brit, panikin; goblet, glass, tumbler, beaker, Literary. chalice.
3. drinking, tippling, imbibition; conviviality, merriment, joviality, festivity, partying, living it up.
4. crater, hollow, hole; dip, depression, indentation, valley.
5. stadium, coliseum, arena, field house; amphitheater, theater, arena stage, theater in the round.
6. bowl game football game, tournament, tourney,

meet, play-off, championship, Sports, invitational, -v. 7. incline, pitch, slope, slant, lean, curve.
bowl2, v. 1. rpll, trundle, troll; spin, reel, wheel, whirl, gyrate, revolve, rotate; pitch, hurl, fling, throw; knock, strike.

2. carry, convey, transport, move, tote, cart.
3. bowl over
Informal, surprise, astonish, dum-found, flabbergast; disconcert, upset.
box1,
n. 1. carton, package, pack, container, can, canister, skippet, G/c. and Rom. Antiq. pyxis; case, vasculum, receptacle, Rom. Cath. Ch. monstrance, shrine, reliquary; bin, crib, hutch, bunker; crate, trunk, coffer, casket, caddy, chest, file, cabinet; compartment, section, booth.
-v.
2. package, pack, bundle, wrap; can, encase, seal up, bottle up; enclose, confine, impound, contain; hem in, shut in, fence, corral, picket, pen, cage, coop; imprison, lock up, incarcerate, immure, wall in. box2, n. 1. blow, swat, Inf. whack, thwack, cuff, buffet; knock, hit, strike, stroke, Inf. sock, punch, jab. -v. 2. cuff, buffet, swat, Inf. whack, Inf. belt, Inf. sock, Inf. slam, Inf. slug, Inf. clout; strike, hit, knock, bat, batter, pound, lay on, pommel, pummel, Sl. paste; Inf. thump, Inf. lambaste, Inf. whale, Sl. whomp.
3. fight, spar, skirmish, scuffle, grapple, tussle, fisticuff; contend, contest, combat, battle, boy,
n. 1. youth, youngster, stripling, sprig, lad, Scot. and North Eng. callant, Irish Eng. spalpeen, Irish Eng. gossoon; tyke, Inf. kid, Inf. little shaver, U.S. Inf. tad, Inf. small fry, junior; Sl. bub, Sl.

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The squash grip

The proper squash grip is very counter intuitive. Instinct would tell you to grip the racquet with a clenched fist. The racquet has no control in the fore aft and side side motion with that type of grip. The proper squash grip has two subtle features that allow you to have full control over the head of the racquet. It is extremely important to master this grip early on otherwise you will be stroking the ball incorrectly and find it very difficult to play the touch shots that pros play with ease. Furthermore your game will suffer for several months as you try and fix your grip after developing bad habits.

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