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sin bin

1. Slang (in ice hockey, etc.) an area off the field of play where a player who has committed a foul can be sent to sit for a specified period
2. Brit informal a special unit on a separate site from a school that disruptive schoolchildren attend until they can be reintegrated into their normal classes
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| After that they can't take any further part in the match What constitutes sin bin dissent?
SIN bins will be introduced for dissent in grassroots and youth football from the start of the new season, the Football Association has announced.
"The introduction of a sin bin and the change to the handball law are the two biggest issues.
It had been suggested that two yellow cards would also amount to a 10-minute period in the sin bin rather than a red card but that has also been dispensed with.
Ulster could not grab a bonuspoint try, however, as Herring was later sent to the sin bin and Treviso claimed a deserved score of their own through centre Tommaso Benvenuti.
At 32-8 the contest was all but over, however after the Hull scrum half was also dispatched to the sin bin, Park had the last say when Hall put winger Matt Walls clear for the final try.
After seeing players sent to the sin bin at vital times in the last two matches - both of which ended in defeat - Bates has bemoaned what he sees as a lack of consistency among the officials.
McHaffie lost the plot when ref Alan Craig sent so many of his players to the sin bin he only had THREE left on the bench.
THE Football League believes it's time for the game to consider the introduction of the sin bin as a new device to control the behaviour of players.
After GB lost captain Graham Moodie, of Western Wildcats, to the sin bin just a minute after the break, New Zealand made the most of their numerical advantage when Blair Hopping netted a penalty corner.
The committee proposes that a sin bin be introduced, kickouts travel beyond the 45 with only four players in that area to contest it, sideline kicks go forward unless inside the 13m line, consecutive handpasses be limited to three and a mark be rewarded for catches inside the 13m line.
Googling a runner Sin Bin 4.45 Ascot Also known as the penalty box, penalty bench, or bad box, the sin bin is used in rugby and ice-hockey.