There are a number of games directly related to tenpin Bowling, including lawn bowling (aka bowls), ninepins, duckpin bowling, candlepin bowling, and five-pin bowling.
In terms of using skills similar to bowling (releasing an object forward with an underhand swing, in order to hit a target some distance away) there are horseshoe pitching and curling, as well as the beanbag-based games Cornholeand Toss Across. (You might also include softballpitching and shuffleboard on the list.)
Bowling is a sport where you throw a round bowl down a lane to try and knock down the most pins. If you do not knock down all the pins the first time, you get a second try to knock down the rest. If you don't make that, its the next person's turn. If you knock down all 10 pins, its considered a strike.
The game you are referring to is Skittles. It's when you knock down other people's pins, while protecting your own. Some people use dodgeballs, some use mini- beanbags. No matter, it's all the same game.
It is considered an individual sport and a team sport. One might also classify bowling as an indoor sport.
you take the bowling ball & try to knock down all 10 pins that's how you play
sewing uses pins so you can take up sewing bowling wrestling
First Answer:It depends what bowling you are doing there is ten pin bowling which would have 10 pins and there is also five pin bowling which obviously has 5.Second Answer:To give further detail to the above answer, in tenpin bowling there are 120 possible pins to be knocked down per game (stike = 10 pins, 12 possible strikes per game = 120 pins, total score for that game is 300).
In Germany there are two types of bowling as a sport.1. The German version of bowling is called Kegeln(translates as ninepins, which also describes the game: it uses nine pins instead of ten). The balls used for Kegeln are smaller than American bowling balls and they have no holes for the fingers.2. Bowling as it is known the USA is also very common in Germany.So, you either say Kegeln, which describes the German type, or you just say Bowling, then everyone knows that you mean the US-version.
They are just for looks. Plain, white pins, look funny without them. The stripes are applied to the neck of the pin so that it stands out in distinction. AMF uses stripes as well as Brunswick, though once upon time, Brunswick used a red crown.verified with The United State Bowling Congress (USBC) Quality Control Al Vanderneck
They are a variety of uses for pins. Safety pins are used to hold things in place such as clothing. Push-pins are used in a cork board for flyers and other forms of paper.
The sport of bowling.
Bowling is a sport. It uses the term X to reflect that the bowler had a "strike" knocking down all ten pins with the first ball.
LGA uses flat pads for the processor sockets instead of pins.
DDR SDRAM uses 184 pins.