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Title The Lawn Bowls Dictionary
Author Keith Dunstan (illustrator Jeff Hook)
Publisher Sun Books, Melbourne, Australia
First published 1986
ISBN 0-7251-0522-4
Edition reviewed 1st
Hardback/softback Softback
List price Not known
Cover size (cm)
(height x width)
20.0 x 20.2
Number of pages 80
Number of pages with Coloured photos Black & white photos Line drawings
  None None 45
Synopsis This is an alphabetically arranged collection of nearly 200 words and phrases used in the flat green game humorously defined and illustrated. Here are three examples to give you a flavour of the style of humour:
  • 'Claw' - Classic bowls grip. Used particularly by the secretary when collecting club subscriptions.
  • 'Flukes' - Other people have flukes. Yours are always brilliant ideas skilfully carried into execution.
  • 'Yard on' - Getting into the lunch queue before all the rest.