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goalpost

either of two upright posts supporting the crossbar of a goal
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Half a goalpost lying forlornly on the turf as players, groundsmen, coaches and officials stood staring at it in bewilderment.
LESS than 24 hours before the official opening of the PS30,000 Graig Park rugby ground at Penygraig an intruder climbed the 41ft-high goalposts and left as proof of his feat a chamberpot perched on top of one of the posts.
The metal goalposts were 20 years old, rusty and had no restraining devices to prevent them from falling over, the inquest heard.
GoalPost specialises in labour management software, providing companies with comprehensive, easy-to-use solutions that allow them to improve their services while keeping costs in check.
At least 12 fans were trampled in the rush to escape from under the goalpost with one person reportedly suffering a broken neck.
Goalpost Pictures is a leading Australian film and television drama production company.
Hillary Clinton moved the goalpost again today, signaling that winning
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.
A rare but often fatal event is a blow caused by a falling soccer goalpost resulting from improper installation or use.
This will include repairing the field if any ruts, holes, trenches or any other marking caused during the goalpost removal and installation.
A FOOTBALL-MAD schoolboy was killed when a rusty goalpost fell on him during a kickabout with friends, an inquest heard yesterday.
NEVILLE Southall: Famously left the dressing room at half-time of Everton's opening day of the season clash with promoted Leeds in 1990 and sat at the foot of a goalpost for the full half-time interval.