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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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"I was a very good dribbler as a young player, but now that I've got more experience, there are some useless things that I don't do anymore.
"I'm speaking as a dribbler. Everybody used to shout 'take him on, take him on' and then you lost it and they said 'you should have passed it!.'.
Dribblers Academy began its operations three years ago and has seen a tremendous growth in a very short time.
Coaching sessions are available for various age groups including Little Dribblers for three to five year olds.
She becomes Poppy's guide in the world of "dribblers" as she calls her fellow patients.
After all, the game that is to be played isn't some parochial derby between the Hendrewen Dog Catchers and The Abertridwr Salmon Tin Dribblers 15: it's a quarter final match in the World Cup.
After the third 55-second time frame has concluded, the coaches can start the second round with all dribblers using a different dribbling hand and making the right foot the new pivot foot.
Because they are expert dribblers. What ring is square?
The nappies, made out of fleece and crushed velvet, were presented to the ace dribblers and their parents by the environmental organisation Sustainable Wales.
Arbor, 18, started shooting hoops for the Little Dribblers when she was five, but didn't take the game seriously until junior high school.