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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

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We are nowhere near where we need to be yet in regards to awareness, let alone any type of real change."
Sangrur (Punjab) [India], July 30 ( ANI ): Hakam Bhattal, an Asian Games gold medallist and the recipient of the prestigious Dhyan Chand Award, is currently battling against kidney and liver ailments and has not received any attention from the government, let alone support.
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.
Those that indulge in such behavior have no religion let alone Islam which teaches all to be in peace and harmony.
Of course, viewers would have thought how implausible it was that a man with such a hair-trigger disposition found his way into the police, let alone any firearms unit.
He regarded Hezbollah's veiled threat against Bahrain as a trespassing of what he termed as redlines let alone ongoing party's war by proxy in the conflicts of Syria, Yemen and Iraq as he said.
Any suggestion we might go to the movies, let alone have a day trip to Llandudno, has been met with a look of horror from the 16-year-old.
I never thought I'd be able to write books, let alone to have them made into a TV show.
I CAN'T sympathise with any retail outfit (or any other type of business) which has form when adopting a recruitment policy where unpaid staff work are on a "zero hours contract" - told to turn up when and where, being told what to do, how to do it, when to do it by supervisors - and expect the taxpayer to pick up the tab, but fail to pay salary, let alone tax and national insurance.
He said: "I don't want to see a Labour majority of four, let alone 84.
The judge said that after listening to the circumstances of the case, the court took the view that it was not a case for an animal disqualification at all, let alone a lifetime ban.
Anyone who sees fit to appoint Young for seven years followed by Burnell/Baber, let alone Davies, needs to seriously look in the mirror.