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a cord fastened around the neck with an ornamental clasp and worn as a necktie

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a rope with weights attached to the ends

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Levando em consideracao os resultados consolidados que apontam a assistencia como um fator importante para se obter vitorias, o objetivo desse trabalho foi saber se o numero de passes efetuados em uma posse de bola influencia o numero de assistencias produzidas por uma equipe de basquetebol de alto rendimento do Brasil.
Possui principios do jogo comuns aos esportes coletivos, onde no ataque prioriza a conservacao da bola, progressao dos jogadores e da bola ate a meta adversaria e atacar a meta adversaria; enquanto que na defesa busca a recuperacao da bola, impedir a progressao dos jogadores e da bola ate a nossa meta e proteger a meta do adversario (Saad e Rezer, 2005).
Dr Bolas added: "The public health system only treats patients with severe dental problems so we know the children on these lists have serious issues.
Pc Jason Bolas, of Staffordshire Police, was found not guilty of doing acts which were intended to pervert the course of justice by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court.
Terry Bolas, Screen Education: From Film Appreciation to Media Studies.
The newly elected President of the CNUE, Juan Bolas Alfonso, called for a "serious" debate about the different notarial systems that also looks at differences in quality.
Adult female bolas spiders of North America also mimic insect sex pheromones, says Haynes.
Native American artisans make many of the quality bolas, with prices from $60.
O alcance das bolas atacadas mais realizadas conforme a posicao dos atletas, o estudo mensurou valores inferiores ao do voleibol masculino de alto rendimento--3,48 [+ or -] 0,12 m do oposto, 3,45 [+ or -] 0,10 m do ponta e 3,48 [+ or -] 0,10 m do central (Palao, Manzanares e Valades, 2014).