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dribbling

[′drib·liŋ]
(mining engineering)
Fall of debris from the roof of an excavation, usually preceding a heavy fall or cave-in.
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Then when they get into the final third it is all about dribbling and taking players on in one v one situations, especially the top Spanish sides.
But why all the basketball dribbling by Coelho's charges?
As the college basketball tournaments get underway, Dodge created its own brand of basketball madness to kick off National Truck Month and "No Charge HEMI(R)" promotion by hosting a basketball dribbling endurance contest.
Do you think about dribbling a basketball by pulling your hand up?
The intrepid threesome then carried on dribbling from West Bromwich to Walsall before their marathon stint finished in Cannock.
Professional and nonprofessional players appear one after the other, doing mind-boggling dance, dribbling, and ball-handling moves set to hip-hop rhythms made by sneakers squeaking and balls bouncing.
Dribbling while making quick speed and direction changes
Ms Sarah Ward, marketing manager at the Tea Council, said: "We welcome the professor's findings, and if he finds a cure for dribbling teapots that would be fantastic".
I improved my dribbling, defense, and learned to take a charge," says Alisha Hall of Detroit, Michigan.
This is the most important thing to learn about dribbling.
The most eye-popping, knee twisting, ankle breaking moves ever witnessed are coming exclusively to one DVD featuring amazing dribbling exhibitions by Allen Iverson, Steve Francis, Jason Williams, Michael Jordan, Stephon Marbury, Pistol Pete, etc.
Guthrie kept time for the contestants dribbling and then relayed the time to a score keeper for each group of participants.