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sliding

[′slīd·iŋ]
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I think it would be wise for MLB to adopt the following NCAA force-out sliding rules: It is illegal and interference should be called on the runner, creating an automatic double-play out on force-play slides if: (a) the runner slides or runs out of the baseline in the direction of the fielder and either makes contact with or alters the play of a fielder; (b) the runner uses a rolling or cross-body slide; (c) the runner's raised leg makes contact higher than the fielder's knee when in a standing position; (d) the runner slashes or kicks the fielder with either leg; and (e) the runner illegally slides toward or contacts the fielder if the fielder makes no attempt to throw to complete the play.
Note: Hamstring flexibility--or lack thereof--is indicated by maintaining straight legs and sliding your toes as close as possible to your hands.
For lubricating of the sliding surfaces, a further lubrication hole is located in the fixed sliding ring.
The entire package showcased on the Welcome would be shipped in three modules: the roof, the load area and sliding upper glass section, and the folding seat with its integral retracting glass divider.
Head-first sliding carried an overall slightly higher risk of injury.
and multiplying it by a percentage; the percentage can be a fiat rate or one obtained from a sliding scale.
And many muscles neglected in running, walking, step and cycling are targeted through sliding.
Available in major Mass and Sporting Goods retailers everywhere, these exhilarating new models will send kids sliding until their fingers and toes turn into prunes
Sliding is a key component of successful baserunning.