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walk-off

[′wȯk‚ȯf]
(graphic arts)
In lithography, the failure of part of the image to stick to the metal plate while printing.
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LOS ANGELES Will Smith had seen fellow Los Angeles Dodgers rookies Matt Beaty and Alex Verdugo deliver walk-off homers during their weekend series against the Colorado Rockies.
The Ghana international removed his shirt and was followed by both sets of players and officials.England captain Harry Kane this week said he would be willing to lead a walk-off if his team suffered similar abuse in future.
The pump beam is considered as the reference beam, thus, walk-off terms only appear in (1) and (2).
There have been nine walk-off hits in All-Star game history, with three games decided by a home run:
1.1 The Authority intends to grant to the most qualified and responsible Bidder (the Bidder ) the right and obligation to rent, transfer, deliver and install (the Services ) up to 53 Industrial Walk-off Floor Mats (the Services ), to the Authority, as more fully described herein.
BOSTON - Big Papi is back on the walk-off trail, and the Red Sox are a little closer to making the postseason.
The French club threatened to walk-off in protest at referee Eric Braamhaar allowing Ryan Giggs' quickly-taken free-kick goal.
He wrote, "Outfielder Brandon Berger hit a walk-off homerun in a losing effort in the Cardinals' first intra-squad scrimmage.
WHY am I suspicious of Sepp Blatter and his support for an England walk-off?
The term "walk-off home run" had not even been invented.
The safety valve move involves the recognition of the two basic baserunning techniques: an extended lead and a moving or walk-off lead.
Including Tuesday night's 3-2 victory in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Cubs had recorded 4 walk-off wins in the last eight home games since May 7.