back shot

back shot

[′bak ‚shät]
(mining engineering)
A shot used for widening an entry, placed at some distance from the head of an entry.
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A teaser video, which lasted only for a few seconds and only shows the back shot of Cruz's, and posted on the Facebook page of Turks a few weeks ago, is a hit.
It's a wide angle back shot, and encapsulates a street lined by cars and two-wheelers and flanked by restaurants.
One common muscular and skeletal wound is the back shot. A friend of mine refers to this as "no man's land." That's understandable, since a deer hit here is difficult to recover.
There is one token woman (excluding a back shot of a trio being toldwhat to do by theirmale boss) and no token non-whites.
La Fontaine was forced to check and the Keith Doherty-owned Guess Whos Back shot around the outside to scamper home a two-length winner in a very fast 31.20sec.
When hitters run slides to the ball, they have all hitting angles available, and when hitters slide slightly beyond the ball, they have a stronger cut back shot.
San Miguel continued to pull away with Jauretche nailing a penalty shot from 30 yards and Zobel hitting another off Hunt's back shot in the third of the five-chukker finale.
"Someone had to go up and tell her, but instead of pulling it out she marched off, so we all got a full back shot of her."
Robbie Henderson sent Barry Donachie clean through in 31 minutes but the full back shot to the side netting.
Did the wide shot, did my close-up, did her close-up, the back shot, everything.
Grant sent Dewar racing through after a clever flick but the roving wing back shot tamely wide in eight minutes.
Near Back shot into the table in 1997 after the success of Texas' album White on Blonde.