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Music
a. a medieval woodwind instrument of deep bass pitch
b. a reed stop on an organ of deep bass pitch
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He uses a Babolat Pure Aero, the same racquet designed for Spanish player Rafael Nadal, ranked the world's no.
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That violation carried a $4,000 fine, while a second violation for racquet abuse -- after she smashed her racquet after dropping her serve in the fifth game of the second set -- cost her $3,000.
Kennedy Funding, a direct private lender, has announced the closing of a USD 2.145 million loan to California-based Tanglewood Racquet Village, LLC.
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NOVAK DJOKOVIC admitted he was "not proud" of smashing his racquet in frustration before reaching the last 16 in Paris.
For example, post-impact ball linear velocity influences forehand groundstroke effectiveness (Vergauwen et al., 2004), and trunk rotation, upper arm internal rotation, and racquet head velocity influence post-impact ball velocity for the forehand ground stroke (Elliott et al., 1989; 1997; 2009; Seeley et al., 2011).
Were it not for the distant rumble of a groundsman's lawnmower, the occasional thwack of ball on racquet echoing around from the practice grounds or the drip-dropping from the hanging baskets of freshly watered petunias, there is hardly any sign of life inside these walls.