dribble


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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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With Van Dijk undoubtedly at the peak of his career performance, as well as the team around him boasting impeccable health, it may be a prolonged wait before a dribble is recorded against his name once more.
Gillian spends her time looking after her two kids, Alastair, three, and Rachel, one, while juggling her four days a week working at Dribble.
"I can't stand in front of the opponent and say, 'My dear, excuse me, I want to score a goal.' I have to dribble past him, I have to try to do something so he will not allow me to go past and he will try to foul me.
Lozano uses his pace to dribble past Felipe Luis on the right.
A second point is that bulk mixing is only part of the story, and the things that are done to produce faster or slower mixing may also change how fuel injector dribble (strongly related to injector sac volume) is oxidized or not oxidized, which could increase UHC emissions as well.
To install the dribble chute, a slot is created in the rear sloped wall to accommodate a steel hook bracket that secures the unit to the chute.
"You have to dribble with the ball to beat a man and score or to get an assist.
Besic admits it took him some time to get up to speed with a new league but believes he has now learnt when to dribble and when to play an easy pass.
Muscat: For the first time, Oman is hosting the Red Bull Art Dribble, an event for university students that involves creativity and skill.
Across the whole population, the most common urinary symptoms which caused substantial bother were rushing to the toilet (urinary urgency, 7.9 percent), leaking urine with coughing or exercise (stress incontinence ,6.5 percent), night-time voiding (nocturia, 6.0 percent), dribbling after urination (post-micturition dribble, 5.8 percent), and leaking urine before reaching a toilet (urgency incontinence, 5.0 percent).
"I may dribble it to the shower," he said, "and of course don't get in the shower with it."
The flagship event, in April and May, will be The Big Dribble, when over 18 days a giant ball will move from Glasgow and visit 50 towns and cities in an attempt to cover a cumalative world record breaking distance of 2012 km.
The unit also provides both high (rapid feed) and low (dribble) feed outputs for batching applications.
The first option can be accurately called "Shuffle" and this option has 01 dribble towards 03 before then reversing his dribble and heading toward 02.
Members even dribble in the ButtetoButte road race every Fourth of July, and in 2006 they won "Best in Step" in the Eugene Celebration Parade as they dribbled along in unison.