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Tennis Squash
a. a minor infringement or obstruction of the ball, requiring a point to be replayed
b. the point so replayed

LET

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Let the word ring out in clear terms that Pakistan is a sovereign state and is not in the habit of taking notices from anyone, let alone the US,' Rabbani said this while addressing the six-nation Speakers' Conference.
Which leaves UKIP unfit to pick candidates, let alone govern Great Britain.
Don't get me wrong, I want him to do well but the pressure is so relentless he doesn't feel able to look up, let alone have an ice cream in the sun.
Collingwood further said that the current game is no longer the 'nudge-and-nurdler' kind of cricket that he used while leading England to their 2010 win, adding that had he been playing now, he would have no chance of getting into Scotland's team, let alone England's.
So, in respect to exploiting students, let alone the unemployed, what is the precise problem with Sainsbury's having an aversion towards employing people for the four weeks?
Anyone who sees fit to appoint Young for seven years followed by Burnell/Baber, let alone Davies, needs to seriously look in the mirror.
Assistant manager Liam O'Neill was delighted with the defender's latest addition to his scoring tally, saying: "I'm not quite sure Liam can believe the amount of goals he's getting - let alone me or Paul Holleran - but long may it continue.
I was amazed after all the years, that there are still places that on an A road this day and age you can't pass a bike let alone a bus or Mansel Davis truck, and dirty warning signs make it impossible to see in daylight let alone at night.
Specifically, the staff deliberately excluded funding to build a northbound car-pool lane -- let alone any other improvements.
She and her brother--you wouldn't even want them to have a bad day, let alone cancer.
But I can think of one high-tech solution (online voting), and one low-tech solution (marking a paper ballot at your local polling place) that could easily be accomplished in this time frame, let alone the 21 days suggested by the continuity law that Klein criticizes.
According to GM's Greg Cesul, they will offer redundant safety systems that make it very unlikely a fuel-cell car will ever catch fire, let alone explode like the Hindenburg.