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pounced

Decorated with indentations or perforations.
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On 58 minutes they found a second breakthrough, despite Belford's superb save from Nathan Arnold, as Berry pounced on the rebound to score.
United reduced the deficit before half-time through Jesse Lingard but Borini restored the visitors' ' two-goal advantage in the second half when he pounced on a poor backpass and netted from a tight angle.
The younger boys, nine-year-old Romeo and Cruz, six, made their way over to their famous father and pounced on him, thereby turning the soccer practice session into a wrestling match.
You don't want to be pounced upon as you're passing by the pottery.
2 hit out after a Hearts fan jumped from the stand and pounced on Lenny during a 3-0 win that kept the title race alive.
Ben Thackerey pounced on some hesitant defending to draw the visitors level and Bedworth went close to taking the lead through Levi Ramsey at the start of the second period only for his header to strike the crossbar.
Kris Commons sent a ball in from the right and Rob Hulse pounced to head home from close range for his eighth goal of the season.
POUNCED, who gave John Gosden back-to-back victories in the Breeders' Cup Juvenile Turf at Santa Anita two months ago, is to be entered in the Kentucky Derby at next week's entry stage.
Newsome continued to improve in the second half and were rewarded when James Wallace pounced on a Sam Houseley chip through to make it 18-14.
2 : to act, approach, or attack suddenly or without hesitation <I pounced on the opportunity.
A NINE-year-old girl was pounced on by a man who tried to drag her away as she walked to school in Redditch yesterday morning.
A low drive from Cameron Park was parried by Leeds keeper Ryan Jones, and Hawkins pounced to turn the loose ball into an empty net.