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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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A lot of it for us is to push them into what we call baseline or sideline push, where we aggravate the dribbler because he drives into a double team.
If 01 dribbles first to the right side and handoffs the ball to 02, 02 would then become the (first) cold dribbler and the "Attack" portion "is on hold.
SATURDAY's final: 1 Skywalker Rossa, 2 Airmount Tess, 3 Marys Note, 4 Tradition, 5 Beaming Coyote, 6 Joyful Dribbler.
The mystery dribbler was dressed in a similar outfit to Swedish midfielder Freddie Ljungberg.
That they now want flowers planted in it is amusing in itself though this would, in effect, make the dribbler the most expensive flower pot in history.
He seems a good dribbler, shows good pace and can add goals.
It was the last think I thought he'd do" and Talksport: "He's always been an excellent dribbler, both with and without the ball.
The dribbler who ultimately received the hand-off to begin the "attack" part of the offense and is going to center the ball up should be called the " hot dribbler.
He is more of a dribbler and a passer, whereas Tomas is more of the guy who is in the flow of the game, a little bit similar to Pires.
He watches it with me now on the TV and is already a dribbler.
Tricky dribbler Ribery, part warrior and part artist, has been a revelation.
They must have real prospects of doing so courtesy of Liam's Anopheles and Paradise Simona in addition to Sean's reigning champion Joyful Dribbler and Killeacle Tammy.