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Games for adults include a barrel race, Wellington throw, skittles, three- legged race and more.
The game has to be close, which is why the A’s had a big supply of Skittles on the last road trip, but seldom broke them out.
The company that has given consumers M&M’s chocolates and Skittles for years is making a bid to dominate the fast-growing pet-care business with a $7.7 billion purchase of veterinary and dog day-care company VCA Inc.
Others saw a clear link to white supremacist themes and to Trayvon Martin, the black teenager who went out to buy Skittles in 2012 and was shot and killed by George Zimmerman in Florida.
One of the other big problems: people like to eat Skittles.
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SKITTLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of skittle for English Language Learners
skittles : a British game played by rolling a wooden ball toward a set of objects in order to knock over as many objects as possible
: one of the objects that a player tries to knock over in a game of skittles
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