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half-time

Sport
a. a rest period between the two halves of a game
b. (as modifier): the half-time score
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It settled us down and gave us that little bit of a buffer going into half-time when we talked about just keeping the ball more in hand, even in those treacherous conditions, and making headway doing that.
McMullan said: "Craig had a chat with me coming off at half-time and asked me how did I feel?
The half-time vacancy in Auckland created by Chappell's departure has been filled on a temporary basis by Andy Hipkiss.
Klopp said he'd been angry with his players at half-time, adding: "We were all angry at half-time but with ourselves, with nobody else.
Jay Fulton's strike and a double in three minutes from Oliver McBurnie gave Swansea a 3-0 half-time lead at Peterborough.
Darren Wassall: in need of a top half-time team talk
With the home team leading at half-time through Moult's spot-kick, McGhee chinned the big striker for only scoring penalties, not real goals.
They led 2-0 at half-time with goals from the experienced Danny Webber and a superb header by Jordan Hulme, and were cruising.
The manager tweaked a few things at half-time and in the second half I thought we deserved to win the game.
At half-time we were three goals down to a side who I thought were outstanding," said Bentley.
Grammy-winner Bruno Mars will sing at half-time of the Super Bowl in February, a person familiar with the NFL's entertainment plans told The Associated Press on Saturday.
The Newcastle United assistant manager approached Wigan player Callum McManaman at half-time of the controversial 2-1 defeat.