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dirt diving
 n.— «Tucked away on a long driveway, just after a donkey farm, is Vermont Skydiving Adventures (VSA).…Last Friday, four regulars were “dirt diving,” the term for practicing maneuvers on the ground. They were planning on “turning pieces”—doing complex four-person moves in formation in mid-air.» —“Nothing but blue skies” by Phyl Newbeck Burlington Free Press (Vermont) June 6, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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