skill play

skill play

Etymology: ME, skil + plega, sport
a form of play in which a child persistently repeats an action or activity until it has been mastered, such as throwing or catching a ball.
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This game proved exciting albeit the domination of the Kuisebmond Secondary School in ball possesion and skill play.
In a customer focused industry, attitude and skill play an equal role in making sure our employees offer our guests the best service possible," said Alejandro Bernabe, general manager, Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates.
Using the iPhone's Unique Accelerometer Technology iBasketball Simulates the Sports' Skill Play by Motioning the iPhone Like a Basketball
Cake Mania is incredibly well suited for skill play, and our fans will be pleased to have yet another way to experience the game.
Each chapter provides background on the role that each skill plays in legal analysis and its importance for law school exam writing, the bar exam, and practice.