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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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Having a camp fire or letting off fireworks at a nature reserve might seem like fun but it is a risk to wildlife, their habitats and people living nearby," she said.
He admitted his client had "crossed the threshold" for a jail sentence by letting off the smoke bomb and breaking his bail conditions but said: "His commanding officer has attended court today and he has described him as an exemplary young soldier.
Karachi -- Two newly-wed brothers, Nauman and Sufyan, who were taken into custody for letting off fireworks during their joint wedding ceremony has been released on bail after the report of Bomb Disposal Squad (BDS) surfaced on Wednesday.
Letting off a rapist after he paid compensation is very disappointing, especially coming from the top court of the country," says Irani.
She said: "Around 60 fans were ejected because they were involved in letting off smoke grenades.