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run

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drool

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to fall or let fall in drops of liquid

to let saliva run from the mouth

the process or sound of dripping

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flowing in drops

saliva spilling from the mouth

the propulsion of a ball by repeated taps or kicks

run or flow slowly, as in drops or in an unsteady stream

let or cause to fall in drops

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propel, "Carry the ball"

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let saliva drivel from the mouth

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From a small group of eight, Dribblers Academy has swelled to 100 members including players from Sri Lanka, India, Egypt, Philippines and Pakistan.
As the dribbler approaches the defender and kills his dribble, he must take a small bunny hop and land simultaneously on both feet--allowing him to use either foot as the pivot foot.
Receiving a share of the Wish fund would make a huge difference, providing the Mini Dribblers with a chance to enjoy their football and hopefully progress into playing in a team as part of Newcastle Pinpoint for years to come.
The drive off the dribble forces the defenders, particularly those one pass away, to hedge (fake-trap) at the dribbler and then recover under control to their player.
JBlue dribblers We would like to welcome our youngest JBlue member to date.
But hold on to your anorak Arsene, Motherwell maverick James McFadden is Europe's King of the Dribblers.
Meanwhile, though no Bulldogs were included in the Gilas round, the dribblers from Jhocson found their way in the regular draft, going five-for-five with three of those set to team up in one team.
Parents can keep their little ones entertained at one of the club's Little Dribblers holiday clubs which run from 8.
In all of the buildup drills, it is important for the players to communicate and try to back-tip the ball away from dribblers.
In an age where playmakers are scarce and dribblers even more of a luxury, Moustafa Hadji's splendid one-man show in the 2-2 draw on Wednesday lit up the tournament.
Since racing to a 17-3 lead, the Mighty Sports dribblers were never threatened as they even padded their lead to 50-21 at half time.
Pictured at the presentation are (above left) Newbiggin Hall's Little Dribblers and (above right) the under-sevens with (below left) the under-eights and (below right) the under-10s
Coaching point: All gap dribblers must momentarily hold up their dribble at the start to enable the dribbler to back out and escape any overwhelming defensive pressure.
Creche worker Marian Tasker said yesterday: "We've had people joke that the best dribblers to be found at Easter Road these days are in the creche.
A Tetley spokesman said: "The French are a nation of dribblers.