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foul

a recognized classification of markings in canaries; it refers to a pattern of white feathers among the flight feathers and otherwise dark plumage.
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Sheffield Wednesday are the division's dirtiest in terms of most fouls committed, with 205.
The fact is that a plate of foul dressed with olive oil and spices is considered a must at the iftar table for many Saudis.
The probability of a foul being called on the visiting team was seven percent higher than on the home team.
8 : being outside the foul lines <He hit a foul ball.
The Trojans were whistled for 10 personal fouls in the 7:59 between Floyd's technical, and the one called on Jefferson after he gestured with his hands in disagreement at his fourth foul.
Yet, if we examine the figures more closely, we will discover that the situation is even more bewildering than Wenger might have realised, because in Arsenal's games their opponents have also received approximately one card for every five fouls they have committed.
Offensive players should not leave the ground to pass and get lured into an offensive foul, especially when they have an offensive numerical advantage.
One hot summer afternoon in 1950, the year before he made the show, Zauchin went tearing toward the stands in pursuit of a foul pop-up.
Macha said, "Once an umpire calls a foul ball, the play is dead.
The Foul Out III is an improvement in both convenience and cost.
The need is especially crucial for second language students to realize that foul language, ranging from words with double meanings to those that are extremely offensive, is not classified as proper English.
Lee was called for his fifth foul despite going straight up in contesting a drive by Chris Ross, who should've been called for an offensive foul for warding off with his left arm at the 2:08 mark of third quarter.