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tip-off

Basketball the act or an instance of putting the ball in play by a jump ball
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We will launch our own investigation into the tip-off you have given us, you will not be required to appear in front of anything or anyone nor will you be required to answer to anyone," he said.
BTN coverage continues Saturday, with the Big Ten Tip-Off Show at 1 PM ET and the Finale at 6 PM ET.
Det Con Rick Webb, Crimestoppers co-ordinator for the West Midlands, said the tip-offs led to suspected drugs dealers being arrested and drugs with a total street value of pounds 315,000 being taken off the streets.
January 11, 1994: Customs act on a tip-off from Haase and search a lock-up garage in Springdale Close, West Derby.
Jaglar, 31, was in a car with two other men stopped by cops in Alloa, Clackmannanshire, after a tip-off in October last year.
The MassMutual Tip-Off Classic, scheduled for Friday, November 29 at 7 p.
The semis tip-off at 3pm this afternoon with the final scheduled for 5pm Sunday.
After the match, Wilson said: "Clint's a great find and we are very grateful to Bobby Robson for his tip-off.
Also in Yildirim town of the northwestern province of Bursa, security forces acted on a tip-off, staged an operation on a house and caught one person with 10 kilograms of hashish.
Dubai: The police here arrested a suspected drug dealer and two of his henchmen after a tip-off from the public which led to a successful raid on a farm in the area.
After another tip-off from the public, police searched a house in Statham Street, Bidston, and examined a car parked outside.
After 14 years as an assistant coach, Taft's first-year coach slept nary a wink Monday night in anticipation of the team's season-opener against Royal in the 16th annual Simi Valley Tip-Off Classic.