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 n.— «He had first unveiled the manuever, which he refers to as a full khere on one pommel, in a new skills challenge at the 2006 Winter Cup and kept performing it at meets over the following summer.…A full khere on just one pommel, as described by McNeill, is when the gymnast puts all of his support on one hand and performs a 360 degree rotation. He also has two other skills that are a variation of this one.» —“Already an Ace, Tim McNeill Has Yet Another Trick Up His Sleeve” by Jimmy Tran in University of California-Berkeley Daily Californian Apr. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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