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ca·ber
[key-ber]
NOUN [SCOT.]
1.
a pole or beam, especially one thrown as a trial of strength.
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Caber toss - Wikipedia

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The caber toss is a traditional Scottish athletic event in which competitors toss a large tapered pole called a "caber". It is normally practised at the Scottish ...

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May 30, 2011 ... ( SAAA State Championship ) Costa Mesa, CA Scotsfest 2011.

How to Toss a Caber - Jardine Electronics Root Page

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I can't believe that there are that many people in the world who even know about caber tossing! So, time for a cleanup...But, no! No changes: if something is ...

The Science Of Caber Tossing | Science 2.0

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Apr 30, 2010 ... A caber is a pole approximately 18 feet long that weighs approximately 150 pounds. It is about 9 inches thick at one end and tapers to about 5 ...

Scottish Heavy Athletics - Caber Toss

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Caber Toss. The Caber is a tree that has been cut and trimmed down so one end is slightly wider than the other. It can vary length from 16 to 22 feet and ...

NASGA - Rules

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There is no standard size or weight of a caber but the caber should be of a length and weight such that at least half the competitors can turn it. The caber is to be ...

Caber | Define Caber at Dictionary.com

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Caber definition, a pole or beam, especially one thrown as a trial of strength. See more.

Seduced By History: History of the Caber Toss

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Dec 2, 2009 ... The hero of my latest release, Kilted Lover, tosses cabers at the Scottish Games. I thought it would be fun to take a look back at the history of the ...