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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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Incredibly, for those that aren't familiar, Van Dijk managed to complete the entire 2018/19 Premier League campaign without being dribbled past once, with the last player to achieve such a feat being Newcastle United's Mikel Merino in March 2018.
Dinwiddie dribbled down the floor and missed his first 3, but drained the next one to win.
This indicates that fuel dribbled too late does not have sufficient temperature, or time, or interaction with main combustion products to oxidize, and more or less is predicted to directly transfer to UHC emissions.
"I've dribbled the London Marathon and the three highest peaks in the UK, now the toughest challenge yet, 200 miles in 10 days behind the stretcher."
Louis will join other soccer enthusiasts from all over the country in attempts to break the Guinness World Record for the most soccer balls dribbled at once.
BOSTON - Terrence Williams bounced a basketball with his left hand while he sat in front of his locker before Friday's game against the Cavaliers, then he dribbled it down the hallway past the media who were interviewing Celtics coach Doc Rivers.
The model, 31, retched and dribbled in the eat-off with Kim, 67, after demanding a knife and fork for the delicacy.
1 : to fall or let fall in small drops : trickle <Water dribbled out of the crack.>
e_SDLqNow look what's happening to you," Coelho tells the young boy who alreadyhas dribbled his basketballs - yes, two - along the path, as he does every Wednesday evening from the beginning of May through the end of August, and as do many other boys and girls whom Coelho mentors.
The defenders get one point for a pass through the goal or two points if the ball is carried (dribbled) through the goal.
* The sound of a basketball being dribbled on a newly polished gymnasium floor
NEARLY 1,000 Scots children dribbled their way into the record books yesterday.