Face Plant


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The falling of a person on his face without having having used his hands or arms to soften the blow
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After an unprecedented autumn face plant by the CFL Eskimos, and the nine months of Edmonton Oiler agony from Chris Pronger's treachery to Ryan Smyth's defection, I was more than ready for the distraction of working on my fantasy-league baseball team.
While the so-called "rust belt" has suffered for decades, a growing number of cities across the country face plant closings over the next few years.
I had caught the edge of my board and had done a face plant right into an icy section of the hill.
His face buried in his hands, Covington tried to recover from a blow to the head suffered earlier in the practice, when he did a face plant into the mat while grappling with a teammate.
Clementine, a dog that relies on a wheeled apparatus for back legs, did a face plant in the shade while two other dogs vied for Johnson's attention by standing atop a picnic table.
Plus, I already watched Dev Dogg face plant numerous times jumping down El Toro.
Even though it was February, we bundled up enough to enjoy base activities such as snowshoeing, an exhilarating snowmobile ride across a frozen lake and a short, but memorable, dog sled ride that included a face plant when I failed to properly lean into a sharp curve.
I finally let go of the handlebars just in time to break my fall and prevent my own face plant on the asphalt.
So many threats face plant life that it is possible to write entire books about them.
A couple of years went by and I got pretty good at skiing until my left ski tip started crossing over the top of my right, which causes an immediate face plant.
More importantly, the conserved Roman walls now face plant roots destroying them, and eventually the loss of a nationally important set of remains.
Chris Samba was a very strange case, and one which will certainly make you want to seriously face plant for numerous reasons.