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rebound

[′rē‚bau̇nd]
(geology)
The isostatic readjustment upward of a landmass depressed by glacial loading.

rebound

Wet shotcrete which bounces off a surface against which it is projected.
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Gaining good offensive rebounding position when on the off-side.
This finding appears to reflect primarily the rebounding of blood lead over the 4 weeks after the second chelation, which was greatest for the high-lead group.
Defensive rebounding is both attitude and technique.
The Suns made several adjustments to improve their rebounding.
Hart coach Dave Munroe said Thomas is an exceptionally coachable player who has made major strides in several areas, including defense, rebounding and free-throw shooting.
They also outrebounded the Clippers 21-18, even thought the Clippers came into the game as the top rebounding team in the NBA.
We needed some guys to play roles for us, focus on rebounding and defense.