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pounced

Decorated with indentations or perforations.
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He fired home a Marc Corcoran cutback then pounced on bad marking to shoot into the corner.
Mark Johnston's (pictured below) horse showed the benefit of experience, whereas debutant Pounced was green in the early stages, using up plenty of energy to get competitive (matched at a low of 1.15 at one stage), before lacking the killer touch.
Half and hour later the gang pounced on the middle-aged man.
But the Fir Park men were hit by a killer blow in the second half when the former Aberdeen man pounced to sweep Stevie Crawford's overhead kick into the net for the only score of the game.
The ball was charged down and Pires pounced to steer it into the bottom right corner and spark celebrations among the red and white half of the Millennium Stadium.
The latest attack came after he was befriended by youths, who later pounced on him.
A cross from the right by Ger Rowe was not properly cleared by the home defence and the alert David Cassidy pounced to drive the ball home.
Pandiani, who is on the verge of joining Espanyol for pounds 1million, pounced with 12 minutes remaining.
The visitors took a sixth-minute lead when Wayne Carlisle pounced to steer Matt Lockwood's cross from the left wing into the net at the far post.
SAINTS hitkid Mark Baxter pounced at the death to spare the first division side's blushes and earn a scarcely deserved replay.
The powerful Japanese Akita pounced on Rhys Jamieson, pinned him down and began biting his face.
Justice was done when the Aussie international pounced to slam the ball beyond Dida after it looked as if the Hoops would be denied three points by German referee Markus Merk.