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volley

 [vol´e]
a rhythmical succession of muscular twitches artificially induced; the aggregate of nerve impulses set up by a single stimulus.

vol·ley

(vol'ē),
A synchronous group of impulses induced simultaneously by artificial stimulation of either nerve fibers or muscle fibers.
[Fr. volée, fr. L. volo, to fly]

volley

/vol·ley/ (vol´e) a number of simultaneous muscle twitches or nerve impulses all caused by the same stimulus.

vol·ley

(vol'ē)
A synchronous group of impulses induced simultaneously by artificial stimulation of either nerve fibers or muscle fibers.
[Fr. volée, fr. L. volo, to fly]

volley

a rhythmical succession of muscular twitches artificially induced; the aggregate of nerve impulses set up by a single stimulus.
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26 Perez chips a ball over the Sunderland defence for Colback, whose volley is tipped around for a corner.
But McAnespie capitalised on another loose clearance on 37 minutes to smash the ball full on the volley into the same top left corner.
In an earlier interview, Djokovic had admitted that he was keen on playing doubles as well in an attempt to make an improvement in his serve and volley game and consequently use these elements in his singles.
During the match, it is believed that McEnroe, who has a history of verbal volleys, became enraged after his doubles partner Robert Kendrick, was pegged with a volley by the Indian star, New York Post reports.
He saved one match point with a lunging volley in the ninthgame, then won a 12-point 10th game to even the set.
The forehand volley is a stroke that packs a punch, just what you need to be a "knockout" court
The drill helps develop control of the volleys, quick volley reflexes, and keeping the racket out in front on the volley.
The Bulgarian's sublime volley in firsthalf stoppage time was the difference between the sides in a close match.
when it's his turn to speak and turn off when the dialogue volleys elsewhere.
Swiss star Federer, who faces Chile's Fernando Gonzalez in today's quarter-final, said: "I think players do not work enough on their volleys enough these days any more.
Ball boys and line judges ducked for cover and there were rumours that the designer boutiques in Wimbledon Village prematurely pulled down their shutters to avoid stray volleys shattering their shop fronts.
Low and high volleys, though, use a shorter, punching stroke to use the power of your opponent's shot to zing the ball back into their court.