Definitions for rings
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gymnastic apparatus consisting of a pair of heavy metal circles (usually covered with leather) suspended by ropes; used for gymnastic exercises
"the rings require a strong upper body"
A gymnastics apparatus and discipline consisting of 2 rings suspended from a bar.
Fighting Network Rings, trademarked as RINGS, is a Japanese combat sport promotion that has lived three distinct periods: shoot style puroresu promotion from its inauguration to 1995, mixed martial arts promotion from 1995 to its 2002 disestablishment, and the revived mixed martial arts promotion from 2008 onward.RINGS was founded by Akira Maeda on May 11, 1991, following the dissolution of Newborn UWF. At that time, Maeda and Mitsuya Nagai were the only two people to transfer from UWF, wrestlers such as Kiyoshi Tamura, Hiromitsu Kanehara and Kenichi Yamamoto would later also transfer from UWF International.
The rings, also known as steady rings, is an artistic gymnastics apparatus and the event that uses it. It is traditionally used only by male gymnasts, due to its extreme upper-body strength requirements. Gymnasts typically wear ring grips while performing on the rings.
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The annual circular layers in timber. Also, grommets, or circles of metal for lifting things by hand, or securing the points of bolts, &c., as hatch or port rings.
Plural noun of ring.
The usher had the rings in his pocket in a box to ensure he could feel them during the ceremony.
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Rank popularity for the word 'rings' in Written Corpus Frequency: #4310
The numerical value of rings in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of rings in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
I told you he had a cash register mind. Rings every time he opens his mouth.
He rings the cash register for his investors.
While public funds evaporate in feasts of fraternity, a bell of rosy fire rings in the clouds.”
New York Police would run rings around( the other candidates). They are masters, and they know that whatever you hand down, they have to implement. But if you know the system, if you know the crevices, you know how to go and ensure you're getting what you want.
But the disease there has risen because of lack of access to that community, we've fallen behind in starting vaccination rings.
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