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Passer

genus of small brown birds. Includes P. montanus, P. domesticus; see also sparrow.
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The cross-sectional areas of the holes created by the suture passers were: tapered needle = 0.
These techniques can promote fairly regular case clearance rates and can successfully convict individual check passers.
As a clerk in a British manufacturing house, however, Jerome becomes by no means so rich as the white-skinned George in 1853 (232) or as the successful passer Clotelle--a fact which ultimately confirms Jerome's self-reliant black manhood.
If the passer wants to attack the defender by passing laterally around the defender's left side, he should land so that the right foot (the foot directly facing the defender's left foot) becomes the free foot, making his left foot the actual pivot foot.
Setters can get a head start on where the pass is going to go based somewhat on watching the passers prior to contact with the ball.
Moon is one of the most able passers of the NFL's modern era, ranking fourth on the all-time list in completions, fourth in yards and fifth in touchdowns, having led the league in one or more of those categories in 1990, 1991 and 1995.
If the offensive tackle pass sets, he will rush the passer and react to the draw.
The competition with Longshore, whose brother, Nate (now at Cal), is Canyon's all-time leading passer, proved beneficial.
Kent Police said: "Sadly, despite the efforts of a passer by, this man died.
We position one passer in a comer and the other in the elbow area extended.
We wanted to have four-digit dialing inside the company to and from any of our locations," said Steven Passer, vice president of Information Technology for C2 Media.
He's a threat as a passer and runner, although he's working behind an experienced line this season that includes three sophomore starters.