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goalpost

either of two upright posts supporting the crossbar of a goal
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The metal goalposts were 20 years old, rusty and had no restraining devices to prevent them from falling over, the inquest heard.
The funding was awarded as part of its 9v9 goalposts initiative launched earlier this year.
A BOY of 12 died after being hit by a falling goalpost during a game of football.
At least we know it could never happen here though - it seems in Sweden goalposts aren't fixed in the ground but just sit on top of the pitch.
Did she already move the goalposts and just looking for rationalization
Jumpers for goalposts is one thing, but jumpers around goalposts?
The blue base and target football and white goalposts are rotationally molded of UV-resistant polyethylene for "virtual immunity to water, chlorine, sunlight, and snow; the game can even be left outside year-round," Pool Shot says.
If the Bank takes Mr Brown's goalpost move at face value and starts ignoring such hefty components in Britain's cost of living it will make a hash of things.
We don't have goalposts, but we've had some pretty good field-goal kickers.
He doesn't really believe Jimmy Hoffa is buried under the goalposts at Giants Stadium.
amp;uot;There's no doubt in my mind that Casbah will move the B2B online trading goalposts from simple auctions to virtual trading networks.