kicker


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kicker

1. Same as starter frame.
2. A piece of wood which is attached to a formwork member to take the thrust of another member.
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The state in August had tentatively determined the total kicker would amount to $463 million.
Bironas who worked his way through the Arena Football League (AFL) before becoming National Football League's (NFL) most accurate kicker died last Saturday night in a car crash at the age of 36.
It is this latter task that generally earns a kicker fame or infamy.
The Kicker Amplifiers come in varied models-DCK, EX, DX, ZX is available within the range of INR 4,000 to 20,000.
Yes, I am saying it - it might be OK to go for a kicker with your second-to-last pick.
It is also possible that the kicker (and, less usually, the goalkeeper) is a player who is not the "typical choice" in his team, because he is out of the match or because the team has decided to change him due to a poor past performance.
The Real Pitcher will roll the ball slowly toward the Real Kicker.
They measured their power and accuracy against a radar gun in the kicker tube as part of the launch of the new Concave football boots.
USC's only kicker is junior David Buehler following the death of Mario Danelo and the academic ineligibility of Troy Van Blarcom.
In almost every case where a field goal is missed or a punt goes astray--unless it is very obvious that the snap was bad, the hold was bad, or somebody missed a block completely--the kicker or punter will have to take the heat.
Mobile Internet software and services provider Danger Inc has announced a content partnership with Kicker Online, a sports news property in Europe.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Kicker Studio's 3rd annual Device Design Day (D3) conference is August 3, 2012 at the San Francisco Art Institute, located at 800 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA 94133.