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backline

the upper outline of the body's silhouette viewed from the side.
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For me, I would say the defensive back-line cannot move until the ball is in the scrum-half 's hands.
Without being biased probably the best back-line in the world is the All Blacks and you go and watch them at training and you'd be really surprised," the 45-year-old said.
In between his and the third try Menai were forced to reorganise their back-line, after centre Vaughan Francis was forced off with a nasty gash to his head, resulting in his afternoon being spent in Ysbyty Gwynedd.
SOMETHING that appears to have gone unnoticed so far this season is the fact you've got an all-English back-line.
Oldham eventually broke the Scorpions' back-line after 20 minutes.
Springbok coach Peter de Villiers made seven changes to his starting XV this week, including four in the back-line with a fifth coming in the form of a positional switch where Gio Aplon is picked at full-back instead of the wing.
Birmingham's back-line will be working overtime to nullify the obvious danger posed by Drogba, but they may be less tuned in to the threat of Sturridge, who looks a tempting goal minutes buy at 17 with Sporting Index.
VILLA manager Martin O'Neill admits that bolstering the claret and blue back-line has become a pressing priority as he closes in on three defensive targets.
But Accrington levelled the game up when Harris fired home from six yards after the Wycombe back-line failed to clear Paul Mullin's cross
It would be nice to be in a back-line like that, but luckily for me, I am Welsh, and I think we are just as good as far as flair and speed are concerned.
In addition to ERs capabilities, such as mobile staff communications and alerts, in-room communications, resident wandering and daily resident check-in, senior living facilities are now offered applications for back-line office communications.