That is when you alternate spares and strikes in a game, winding up with a score of 200. For example, you throw a strike in the odd number frames (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) and get a spare in the even number frames (2, 4, 6, 8, 10). If on the last ball of the 10th frame you throw a strike you will end up with a 200 game.
a dutch 200
Because Ronald Reagan was the first bowler to achieve this feat.
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They introduced a form of bowling called "9-pins".
you must score a 200 or higher
Bowling was created by the dutch settlers in the origonal colonies in the late 1600's
The Dutch, the Germans, and the English each brought their own type of ninepin bowling to the US. Tenpin bowling is derived from ninepin bowling.
The Dutch didn't invent bowling; evidence of the game has been found in Egyptian tombs dating back 5,000 years. However, the Dutch, like the Germans and the English, obviously enjoyed the game enough to standardize it somewhat and begin to codify its rules.
This is not a Dutch word.
The base word of bowling is bowl. Bowl does not have an internal meaning.
no that's low need to be in the 200
Yes, because bowling was their favorite sport; and ice skating and sledding where activities from their homeland, the Netherlands.
there isn't a meaning in dutch for sara
Dutch 200A game with alternating strikes and spares from beginning to end will give you a total score of 200, and is called a Dutch 200.
About 200 miles.
One would in Dutch be 'één'
''La Vida Loca'' is not Dutch, and it has no meaning in Dutch whatsoever.
hoe doen is the meaning of how do. It has been translated from the Dutch Language.
It is a Dutch surname .
I see prices around $100 to $200 (USD) for new bowling balls. There are of course cheaper and more expensive ones.
Dutch is used to describe people of Netherlands or something related to Netherlands
The closest Dutch word would be Abonnee, which means Subscriber.