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Bola

 

(also bolas; from the Spanish bola—ball), a hunting missile weapon consisting of round stones wrapped in hide attached to the ends of thongs or clusters of thongs. Bolas are mainly used by Patagonian Indians in the pampas of South America for hunting guar. Similar weapons were also used by the Chukchi and Koriaki of northeastern Siberia for hunting birds.

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A totalizacao dos passes foi contabilizada levando em consideracao as seguintes situacoes: caracterizacao de passe completo (lancamento e recepcao), posse de bola sem cesta, posse de bola com cesta e posse de bola com cesta precedida de uma assistencia.
Dessa forma, os fundamentos especificos da modalidade, como finalizacoes, passes e desarmes, juntamente com a eficacia na manutencao da posse de bola sao de suma importancia para o melhor aproveitamento e eficiencia da equipe durante uma partida.
It was alleged that Pc Bolas had asked Pc Bryn Jeavons, at Cannock Police Station, if he could get rid of a ticket that had been issued to a friend of his, who was facing a driving ban.
Like a detective novel, Terry Bolas' detailed and impressive history of the Society for Education in Film and Television from 1950 to 1989 (and more generally, an account of the movement in screen education from film appreciation in the 1930s to present-day media studies) starts with a dead body and a puzzle.
What came to pass for dress-up neckwear--and still does if you score a seriously cool one--was the bola tie (also called bolo tie), a dangle devised by a Wickenburg silversmith in the 1940s.
Porem, o alcance conforme o tipo de bloqueio (simples, duplo e triplo) e de acordo com o tipo de ataque (alta, chutada, meia bola etc) os pesquisadores nao estabeleceram em nenhum estudo para o voleibol master.
Pc Jason Bolas, of Staffordshire Police, also asked Pc Bryn Jeavons to "transfer" the notice to someone else because he said his pal faced a driving ban, it has been alleged.