tackle


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And, so nicely had he made his calculation, we drifted fairly down upon it, so that nothing remained to do but hook the tackles to either end and hoist it aboard.
Tackles were made fast and lines flung to the men, who scrambled aboard like monkeys.
Naow we'll take a-holt o' the tackles an' h'ist 'em in.
I reckon maybe we'll tackle the old tree that's over yonder on Cardiff Hill back of the widow's.
We'll tackle the ha'nted house if you say so -- but I reckon it's taking chances.
S Walter Thurmond had one solo tackle for the Eagles.
made me wonder why leaders are so hesitant to tackle underperformance.
Tackle Guru is the latest of tackle shops to open in Harare.
SIMON Easterby has rejected Wales coach Shaun Edwards' claims that Ireland play "very dangerous" rugby by employing the choke tackle.
IRELAND: Simon Easterby has rejected Wales coach Shaun Edwards' claims that Ireland play "very dangerous" rugby by employing the choke tackle.
The physical demands of rugby union are characterized by intermittent short duration, high intensity exercise with frequent physical collisions between players known as the tackle (Gabbett and Ryan, 2009; Hendricks and Lambert, 2010; Hendricks et al.
If you get through that amount of tackles - depending on the tackle type, three or four tackles in one game could be sorer than 23, it depends how it goes - but that's a phenomenal amount of work for anyone to get through.