kickout

kickout

1. In excavation work, the accidental release or failure of a shore or brace.
2. At the bottom of a vertical downspout, an elbow that directs water away from a wall.
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Should they press the Dublin kickout as aggressively again?
Tester's bill, the Prohibiting Incentives for Corporations that Kickout Employees Tax (PICKET) Act, will eliminate tax breaks, deductions, and credits for corporations that lock out their workers during a labor dispute.
Then two mechanical "kickout" blades expand upon entry (using ?
The straw that broke the camel's back was a kickout from Allan Fleming that went into the air and blew back the way."
He also appeared in Heartbeat, TV movie Meat, Dalziel and Pascoe's first drama A Pinch of Snuff, Cracker and the film Boston Kickout. Simm became a familiar face thanks to acclaimed series The Lakes.
The 65-year-old Italian directed Italy to the 2006 FIFA World Cup title and Italian club Juventus to the 1996 UEFA Champions League crown, both through penalty kickout, according to the report ( ANI )
A possible simple remedy in the design would be the inclusion of break-through panels between cabins and/or manhole-size, kickout panels in the cabin doors.
But Gemmill latched on to Mark Ridgers' long kickout nine minutes from time to rescue a point.
Enhanced features include: dual boom kickout; ride control; K-Link (II); and limited slip differentials.
SO AFTER YOU DO THAT spastic kickout type of thing, land with both of your feet together on the bank ramp and shout some sort of obscenity.
The cockpit doors are currently secured by a metal latch and a steel reinforcing bar, however the intruder on the flight from Miami to Buenos Aires, Argentina, managed to damage the 10-inch "kickout" panel at the bottom of the cockpit door and attempted to crawl inside.
A "BOB" call tells the split tackle to block the DE, and a "BOE" call tells the split tackle to block the ILB, while the FB creates the kickout block on the DE.