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let

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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At last he shook so violently that he let fall the candle, and lifted his hands to his head, trying to steady himself, that he might think.
On the third day he asked Zweete how it was that his left hand was white and shrivelled, and who were Umslopogaas and Nada, of whom he had let fall some words.
And she told him that looking out of her little window she had seen her brothers flying over the wood in the shape of swans, and she showed him the feathers which they had let fall in the yard, and which she had collected.
The landlady soon perceived the impediment which prevented her blow; and being unable to rescue her arm from the hands of Partridge, she let fall the broom; and then leaving Jones to the discipline of her husband, she fell with the utmost fury on that poor fellow, who had already given some intimation of himself, by crying, "Zounds
I pass through this people and let fall many words: but they know neither how to take nor how to retain them.
Even as Rahul's temple visits aim at robbing the BJP of its monopolistic claims on Hinduism, he will also have to pick up the pieces that the Congress foolishly let fall from its hands at a time when poverty was being reduced at the fastest-ever rate, as between 2005 and 2006 and 2011 and 2012, by reaffirming the party's commitment to economic reforms.
As well-meaning and good intentioned people said, an FOI would shed the light of transparency and let fall the axe of accountability on financial matters in public service.
Solution supplier must have the capacity to assist all User Club members in proportion to the orders which members could had let fall at the same time.
to let fall There were gasps in the crowd as Mo crashed to the ground amid fears his dreams of gold were over.
In other words, what choices do consumers make to determine which accounts to keep current and which to let fall delinquent?