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1. Rugby the act of an attacking player touching the ball down behind the opposing team's goal line, scoring five or, in Rugby League, four points
2. American football an attempt made after a touchdown to score an extra point by kicking a goal or, for two extra points, by running the ball or completing a pass across the opponents' goal line
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I only run 30 to 35 miles a week and always try to mix hard days with easy ones, So, although I know this injury can arise from overtraining, I have tried to avoid it.
He and Cole played skate trivia and flopped around on the ground as they tried to Indian leg wrestle.
A 16-year-old co-defendant was ordered in March to be tried as a juvenile.
The ``whole person'' analysis, as it's known, is ``more modern because this generation you have more people who have tried drugs versus the old ways where we'd throw you out if you tried hard drugs,'' said LAPD Commander Kenneth O.
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Knowing Schroeder's ability to rip even when near mortally wounded, I tried to convince him to give Big Ben a chance.
I tried to battle as best I could, but it was a definite struggle out there.
Of course he had no idea what I was doing; we mostly just tried contorted handplants in the shallow end as water went up our noses.