backward pass

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backward pass

[′bak·wərd ′pas]
(industrial engineering)
The calculation of late finish times (dates) for all uncompleted network activities for a specific project by subtracting durations of uncompleted activities from the scheduled finish time of the final activity.
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At a moderate distance, short lateral passes (19%) and skip passes (15%) attributed to the highest percentage of line breaks [[chi square](26) = 50.899, p = 0.036, Cramer's v = 0.2484, moderate].
Milford quarterback Brendan Casey's lateral pass to Nick Covino was mishandled and scooped up by Greg Mendez, who returned it 19 yards for a TD to make it 20-6 with 5:29 left to play.
Darlington, who is a wide receiver, caught a pass from quarterback Tommy Fitzpatrick and proceeded to throw a lateral pass to Lowe for the game-winning touchdown.
A great innovator, he introduced everything from the huddle and uniform numbers to the backfield shift, the reverse, and the lateral pass. The legendary Notre Dame coach, Knute Rockne, once said that "all football comes from Stagg."
called "The Play" in the huddle, and Cal used five lateral passes on a kick return to score the winning touchdown as Stanford band members milled around in the end zone.
Track System on his Humminbird activated, Neustrom, a GPS-aholic, begins making lateral passes across the entire zone.
You can adjust the machine to give you both lateral passes and long, high bombs so you can pretend you're Randy Moss.
Kilkenny's possession stats are up but he's been criticised for the amount of short and lateral passes with ex-Dublin player Barry Cahill labelling him 'way too safe'.
Kerry have the classier forwards and they generally find scores easier to come by than Cork, whose approach work can be plodding at times, with too many lateral passes allowing defences time to regroup.
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