and defensive factors are those attained while the ball is in possession of the team or the opponent respectively.
This is the basic move required of the offensive
lineman, but it does not end there.
2 : of or relating to the attempt to score in a game or contest <the offensive
We were being accused of being offensive
and very far-out when we simply expressed our real feelings and opinions," says Goldman.
is that Scudamore now presides over a league that makes Dodgy Derek's Used Car Emporium look above board.
Ends place their inside eye on the offensive
lineman's outside eye.
8) In this case, the Supreme Court held that same-sex harassment also is covered by Title VII when it is established that the offensive
conduct was directed at the victim because of the person's sex.
The chocolate war, by Robert Cormier (the "Most Challenged" fiction book of 19998), for using offensive
language and being unsuited to age group.
And in addition to presenting "more new words than any other dictionary," RHWC has rewritten its definitions of offensive
terms and labeled them more strongly.
It's not just brawn that helps offensive
and defensive tackles plow each other down like Mack trucks.
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Likewise, we faded from "The mission of our troops is wholly defensive" (George Bush's words) into trying "to ensure that the coalition has an adequate offensive
military option" (George Bush's words).