telemarking

noun
tel·​e·​mark·​ing | \ˈte-lə-ˌmär-kiŋ \

Definition of telemarking 

: the act or sport of performing telemarks

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telemarker \ ˈte-​lə-​ˌmär-​kər \ noun

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In 2006, Estruth led a group called Common Sense Ohio, which used telemarking to poll voters about conservative issues. Jessie Balmert, Cincinnati.com, "Ohio governor's race: Mary Taylor picks former P&G executive as her running mate," 9 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of telemarking

1905, in the meaning defined above

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