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Beitragvon Victor Nguyen » 18.10.2018, 14:48

The China experience about Table tennis


U.S. table-tennis players went to Las Vegas on December 16-20, 1998, to fight for high honors and spots on the international competing team. Squad selection for future tournaments started here, so the team selected may represent the U.S. at the Paralympic Games in Sydney (2000). Though the event had only two novices, veterans were equally as extreme as always. table tennis bats one click

Play Started on Wednesday morning with the singles events. Few surprises came from the day, but a number of the newest players made powerful feelings. The Class 1 winner continued to be Sebastian DeFrancesco, who had a win against Joe Quigg. Previous Class 2 victor Ken Brooks was sidelined early with an accident. This allowed others to close in on the title. Brett Weymouth defeated Raul Pernites, while Stef Florescu was powerful against his younger competitors.

James Hall took the Class 3 win, beating veteran Martin Young. With Courses 5 and 4 combined, two rivals, Andre Scott and Mike Dempsey, butted heads for its trophy; Scott came out victorious. Charles Focht and beginner John Violante played strongly against the two former Paralympians.

The Women's Doubles competition crowned Jennifer Johnson and Debby Quigg over Terese Terranova and Terry Tierney. In Tetraplegic Doubles, DeFrancesco and Joe Quigg conquer rough Class 2 gamers Pernites and Weymouth. Tierney and Florescu were a close thirdparty. Men's Doubles winners were Scott and Dempsey, with Hall and DeFrancesco second.

The Tetraplegic Open was filled with surprises and upsets, with round-robin wins determining the outcome of this hotly contested event. After the smoke cleared, Pernites won the coveted title, DeFrancesco was next, and Joe Quigg third.

In The Women's Wheelchair Open, Johnson took top honors, Debby Quigg was instant, and Tierney ended next. The Men's Wheelchair Open matched up--for the second time in this championship --the best United States gamers: Dempsey and Scott, with the latter carrying the win.


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Re: musterbedeutung?

Beitragvon Allyfants » 19.10.2018, 17:44

Leider verstehe ich deine Frage nicht ganz.

Du wirst Muster immer nur im kulturellen Kontext deuten können. Was hat das allerdings mit Brettchenborten zu tun???
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Re: musterbedeutung?

Beitragvon blue » 20.10.2018, 08:24

Warum sollte das nichts mit Brettchenborten zu tun haben? Wenn wie du sagst kann man Muster im kulturellen Kontext deuten. Nur leider bin ich da die falsche Person um Angaben zu machen.
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Re: musterbedeutung?

Beitragvon SilviaAisling » 24.10.2018, 17:58

Ich webe gerne alte Muster nach. Vielleicht hatten die auch früher mal eine Bedeutung, so wird bei finnischen Motiven vermutet, dass diese eine 'schützende' Bedeutung haben.

Aber sicher wissen tut das keiner, eben weil sie ohne Beschreibungen gefunden wurden.

Meistens haben die Muster die Bedeutung, die der Weber ihnen gibt.
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