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dribbling

[′drib·liŋ]
(mining engineering)
Fall of debris from the roof of an excavation, usually preceding a heavy fall or cave-in.
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The most number of people dribbling a basketball simultaneously was 7,556 during a United Nations Relief and Works Agency event in Gaza Strip, Palestine on July 22, 2010.
The previous record for most people dribbling basketballs simultaneously was 7,556 set on July 22, 2010 in Gaza Strip, Palestine organized by United Nations Relief and Works Agency.
"That's the key with Salah - he drives at people, he's chopping, turning, dribbling and people just don't know how to deal with him."
They also concluded that at high load with advanced injection timing, poor end of injection atomization and nozzle sac dribbling are dominate UHC sources.
Great Britain men's team manager Andy Halliday will be supporting #OpStretcher by dribbling a hockey ball for the entire route.
A DOG with dribbling skills to match any Premiership player will make his debut at Celtic Park today - after being signed by the Record.
In The Road to Little Dribbling, as in all of Bill Bryson's travel books, you can be assured of two constants: first, that your guide is a sensualist who immerses himself (and thus, the reader) in all the sights, sounds, smells and tastes he encounters on his wanderings; and second, that along the way he will spot surprises, incongruities and contradictions that he obligingly transmutes into laughter.
"But the most important thing is to be effective, it's not to dribble just for the sake of dribbling.
Having used motion-capture technology to mimic Lionel Messi's movements, FIFA's designers have now added "No Touch Dribbling" to the game - bringing Messi's hypnotic dribbling technique to life.
Throws to the goal are made with pirouettes and different turns, between the legs, with turns in the flight phase, with side diving, and with printed effects for the ball that dodges the goalkeeper or the opponent, driving the ball with the right hand and left hand is now complemented by dribbling between his legs from basketball and examples do not stop there.
Across the whole population, the most common urinary symptoms which caused substantial bother were rushing to the toilet (urinary urgency, 7.9 percent), leaking urine with coughing or exercise (stress incontinence ,6.5 percent), night-time voiding (nocturia, 6.0 percent), dribbling after urination (post-micturition dribble, 5.8 percent), and leaking urine before reaching a toilet (urgency incontinence, 5.0 percent).