dribble


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drib·ble

(dri'bĕl),
1. To drool, slaver, drivel.
2. To fall in drops, as the urine from a distended bladder.

drib·ble

(dri'bĕl)
To drool, slobber, drivel.
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So keep the political commentary to yourself or, as someone once said, shut up and dribble.
Nicholas Wright, Dribble CEO: "We have built an awesome game for every football fan out there.
East Middlesbrough Under-7s raised around PS600 with the sponsored dribble around Stewart Park on Saturday,
It hurts on dribble," he said, "it hurts on pass, when you catch the ball a certain way.
Look at Ronaldo, one of the world's most exciting players - his speed dribble lights up stadiums.
At each destination, to be announced in the New Year, there will be a 100m circuilt where people will be invited to help dribble the ball around the track.
We will assume that 02 has been designated the hot dribbler and as 02 starts his dribble towards the center alley, 03 (instead of normally waiting for the handoff near his wing area) makes a surprise shuffle cut off of 04 at the weakside elbow area and looks for the ball from 02.
Its members used to dribble on the one-mile stretch three times a week, then twice a week, but as membership grew, it grew harder to coordinate, says Coelho, who lives about two blocks away with his family on Royal Avenue.
Darren should be one of the best guys in the country at being able to dribble, penetrate gaps, get in there and then stop and slow down," Howland said.
The Dyna-Slide high precision air activated feeder with dribble feed control will provide up to a 100:1 turndown ratio when feeding most fine (30 mesh to sub-micron) fluidizable powders and granules.
Even though many of us had grown up playing basketball with our brothers and could dribble like Teresa Weatherspoon at full gallop--at least as I remember it--in regulation play we were forced to bounce three times and pass off.