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kick

[kik]
(petroleum engineering)
Entry of fluid into the wellbore when the pressure of the column of drilling fluid is insufficient to withstand the pressure of the fluids in the formation being drilled.
(ordnance)
Violent backward movement of a gun after being fired, caused by the rearward force of the propellant gases acting on the gun.

What does it mean when you dream about kicking?

Kicking is a rather obvious symbol for aggression and self-assertiveness. Being kicked in a dream can mean feeling abused, getting “kicked in the teeth.” The meanings of certain idioms can also find expression in dreams, idioms like “getting your kicks,” “kick the bucket,” and “kick yourself.”

kick

In a brick, a shallow indent or frog.

kick

[IRC] To cause somebody to be removed from a IRC channel, an option only available to CHOPs. This is an extreme measure, often used to combat extreme flamage or flooding, but sometimes used at the chop's whim. Compare gun.
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The man who was kicked, Erdal Kocabyyyk, was a miner who had lost his cousin in the mining accident.
Vasey converted again and kicked a penalty to stretch the lead to four points.
Diaz identified as many as 27 different indicators that could signal which way the ball was being kicked. The indicators were as subtle as the way the kickers' arms were being held to the angle at which they planted a foot in the ground.
But those who kicked better judged the goal posts to be farther apart and the crossbar lower to the ground," said Jessica K.
Subjects kicked a total of twenty-four penalties, using a standard size 5 ball, at a 0.6 x 0.6 m plywood target positioned in the lower right corner of a full size goal (7.32 x 2.44 m).
In any case, the kicker has to develop his own cue to get the ball kicked as soon as it is placed on the block or spot.
When a football is inflated or deflated beyond that ideal amount, it will not travel as far when it is kicked.
Lewis Watts, 10, of North Clive Street, Grangetown, kicked a football up in the air for the most times to beat all other contenders in the satellite channel Disney's keepy-uppy challenge.
The 6ft, 19st forward once kicked 26 points in a club match and says Welsh All Blacks coach Lyn Jones has considered employing his kicking talents.