"Method Air" (1995)

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METHOD AIR--56,200 Google hits
"Method air" was mentioned in an ESPN Winter Olympics story. It's in the  
Encarta Dictionary. "Method air" is not in the revised OED. OED  editors should 
go snowboarding more.
_http://espn.go.com/_ (http://espn.go.com/) 
Jacobellis fell grabbing some "method air" on the second-to-last  jump.
    meth·od air (plural meth·od airs)  

noun     Definitions:    snowboarding  trick: a snowboarding trick by  which 
the rider grabs the heel edge with the leading hand, keeping both  knees bent, 
and pulls the board level with the  head
_WakeWorld -- Trick Tips_ 
The Method Air is probably one of the styliest  moves of all time. Skaters 
invented the trick and every board sport has a  spot for it. ...
www.wakeworld.com/Tricklist/TrickTip003.asp - 58k -  _Cached_ 
+"method+air"&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=4&ie=UTF-8)  - _Similar pages_ 
_SKATING SLANG summary_ 
... Rel.  Japan air, method air, mute air. scitz v. to hold on to a  moving 
to get a free ride across part of town or up a hill.  ...   
_rec.skate_ (http://groups.google.com/group/rec.skate?lnk=sg&hl=en)  - May  1 
1995, 8:42 pm by Jerry Dunn - 2 messages - 2 authors  
... ass. White, bleak, falls, without a sound as  I'm standing on the ground,
shifting moving over their now I pulled a  method air. Handed ...   
(http://groups.google.com/group/rec.skiing.snowboard?lnk=sg&hl=en)   - Jan 16 1995, 1:01 pm by HecklerMag - 1  message - 1 author 


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