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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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Standing dribbling with a handball ball, alternating right hand, left hand, left foot and right foot Idem 1 with a handball ball (2 x 10 rep P--active with walking and shaking arms and legs)
For those who just want to charge off and play, here are four simple techniques to help: | Face up an opponent while dribbling by holding the left trigger and right trigger together.
Then a marathon, dribbling the ball right round the boundary of our nine acres (I went with him, taking a book, for it was a warm, sunny morning) - through the ferns, shooting at goal when we came to a gate, heading the ball at the trunk of an oak tree, his singing of snatches of songs alternating with his dribbling.
She's really gotten better at seeing the floor, dribbling into the paint and setting up a teammate.
But why all the basketball dribbling by Coelho's charges?
To establish the motivation of the coaches sports specific issues were integrated, which led to 4 basketball specific items being incorporated in each session (stance exercise, Aberdeen, dribbling and passing drill).
Even if a keyboard student only "practices" dribbling with an imaginary basketball, he is learning to coordinate a hand and forearm movement.
When Frank "Shake and Bake" Streety discloses the source of his wizardry in a recipe, it epitomizes Mallozzi's wizardry as well: "Use two full servings of between-the-legs dribbling. Toss in one behind-the-back-dribble, left to right.
According to the plaintiff, the competitions in question were launched in 1998 by Game Over founder Eric Hicks, who grew up in the Bronx and learned the dribbling dance moves on the street.
If you want to score in basketball, you've got to put the ball on the floor--that means dribbling, and we don't mean sloppy eating.
Ms Sarah Ward, marketing manager at the Tea Council, said: "We welcome the professor's findings, and if he finds a cure for dribbling teapots that would be fantastic".
"I improved my dribbling, defense, and learned to take a charge," says Alisha Hall of Detroit, Michigan.