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leapfrog

a children's game in which each player in turn leaps over the others' bent backs, leaning on them with the hands and spreading the legs wide
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CHELSEA need just a point at St Andrews tonight to leap-frog Arsenal into pole position in the Premier League ahead of Saturday's Highbury showdown.
If we don't allow existing cities to expand on an onion-skin basis, then we are going to have to leap-frog to the next villages and market towns.
The surprise of the night was that it turned out to be the winner as the Saints missed the perfect opportunity to leap-frog Bohemians in the Premier League table.
CHELSEA need just a point at St Andrew's tonight to leap-frog Arsenal into pole position in the Premier Leagueahead of Saturday's Highbury showdown between the two London giants.
Aperio's ScanScope(R) scanners are based on a patented (line) scanning method that has enabled the Company to leap-frog the competition in performance and price.
The Thoroughbreds make the trip to St Mel's Park this evening looking to leap-frog struggling Athlone Town.
uXcomm has clearly identified the next significant shift in system management technology and has focused on the market strategy that will allow it to leap-frog other products," said Ms.
Broadhurst, in 11th place, now needs a huge effort over the next three rounds at Zandvoort to leap-frog McGinley.
The entertainments on offer combined upper-class pastimes such as hunting and chess with more earthy games like leap-frog and shin-kicking.
SCICON Technologies enthusiastic vote of confidence in this leap-frog technology validates our drive to develop and deliver alternative manufacturing solutions for a growing list of successful automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics and numerous other industrial and high-tech applications in partnership with our preferred service providers," concluded Reichental.
Adam Stansfield's goal helped HEREFORD beat HALIFAX 1-0 to leap-frog the Shaymen into second place.