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A paddle is an implement for mixing or pushing against liquids, typically in order to propel a boat.
Paddle or Paddling may also refer to:
- Paddle (game controller), a computer/video game controller
- Ping-pong paddle, the "racquet" in table tennis
- Dog paddle, a simple swimming stroke
- Paddle tennis, similar to tennis, but with key differences
- Paddle (spanking), a paddle to achieve corporal punishment
- Paddling pool, shallow swimming pool for toddlers and infants
- Hand paddle, a device used in swimming to enhance arm strength
- Traffic paddle, a device used by the police in some countries for traffic control
- An aircraft part for thrust vectoring
- "Paddles", the parts of a manual external defibrillator that delivers a shock to a patient's heart in case of cardiac arrhythmia.
- Paddles, or wickets, valves to regulate flow of water into and out of canal lock chambers.
- Paddles (Pillow Pal), a Pillow Pal platypus made by Ty, Inc.
- Paddles, a nickname for New Zealand cricketer Richard Hadlee
- Paddles, the callsign of the Landing Signal Officer on a US Navy Aircraft Carrier
Paddling may also refer to:
- Watercraft paddling, the act of propelling a boat using the motion of a paddle in the water
- Canoeing, paddling a canoe
- Paddle steamer, a ship or boat with a steam engine and one or more paddle wheels
- Paddleboarding, a surface water sport
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