kickout

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kickout

1. In excavation work, the accidental release or failure of a shore or brace.
2. At the bottom of a vertical downspout, an elbow that directs water away from a wall.
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ensuring mandatory licensing rules apply to all shared homes with 5 or more people from 2 or more household, and to flats above and below shops and other business premises - currently licensing only kick-ins for homes with 3 or more floors and excludes homes attached to businesses, unless they are in a 3 storey buildings
Corners can be taken and throw-ins are replaced by kick-ins from touch lines, both of which must be taken within four seconds.
Arsenal's increasingly silly manager reckons that throwins should be abolished and replaced with kick-ins.
And the Gunners gaffer insists it would be better to replace throws with kick-ins to ensure a level playing field.
But his proposal to scrap throw-ins in favour of kick-ins is unlikely to carry muchfavour - particularly at the Britannia Stadium.
1993 FIFA proposed that throw-ins should be replaced with kick-ins.
Window bars offer some security, but doors are vulnerable to the jimmying of locks and cruder kick-ins.
Three years ago the Isthmian League introduced kick-ins instead of throw-ins and the idea of a corner counts to decide drawn cup matches.
I blame FIFA's tinkering Sepp Blatter, the executive who has advocated kick-ins for throws, no off-sides and goals with the dimensions of Tower Bridge.