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feint

A slight bend in the edge of a flashing or counterflashing to form a capillary break.
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Sunday Football PLAYERS in red and blue On the verdant grass Between the coast road and the A19 Chasing the ball tackling Trying to take a pass Cheers and jeers, groans Shouts of over here over here Pass the ball Day-Glo vivid against the green Running for the goal Past the blurs of blue Focused on the white posts And the goalie in yellow Feinting this way feinting the other To bamboozle the goalie and score One in the net One for the team Teammates congratulate, goal
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Wales delayed the heel in the scrum and Brynmor Williams, the scrum-half, gave the appearance of feinting to pass out to his backs, at which Clive Woodward, the England centre, moved up into a marginally off-side position in midfield.
Because feinting involves a loss of muscle tone and often results in falls, your sister is more likely to suffer a fall-related injury if she does not seek evaluation and treatment.
However, feinting to kick the ball once the player has completed his run-up is now considered an infringement.
It has become a trademark for the likes of Robbie Keane and the current law is open to interpretation, with feinting permitted unless the referee consider s it "an act of unsporting behaviour".