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Trapping the ball just inside the time line cuts the area that must be defended in half, with P4 being the goalie, M1 denying the vertical pass down the sideline, T3 denying the middle pass, with W2 and S5 trapping the dribbler.
The second intent of the book is to sum "up the wisdom" the author has acquired while working in the United States, assets he wishes "to pass down to new social scientists" (ix).
We have the time of delivery and tray pass down to eight to twelve minutes as a result of this team approach," noted Schultz.
Jennifer Granholm, eliminating the "pop-up tax" on the sale or inheritance of land covered by qualified conservation agreements, allowing families to pass down property without a huge tax bill.
When Chargers tailback LaDainian Tomlinson caught a pass down the sideline - without a defender within 10 yards - and cruised into the end zone for a 35-yard touchdown less than eight minutes into the game, it was enough to crumple the Raiders.
This will force the defense to play them on the high side in order to prevent a post entry pass down low.
Like some mammalian musicians, stripe-backed wrens pass down song repertoires within families.
The Legacy Keepsake will become a treasured family heirloom to pass down through the generations.
His goal now is to pass down the knowledge he gained from watching Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain play doubleheaders at Madison Square Garden to a generation that will lead basketball into the 2010s but barely knows their names.
However, the step from partially filled buckytubes to "quantum" wires so narrow that electrons must, in effect, pass down them in single file remains a large one.
Most mothers hope to pass down to their daughters things such as musical ability, intelligence or family heirlooms - anything but medical problems.
Thirty-six seconds later, Hagan scored on the 46-yard pass down the left sideline.