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second base

A baseball metaphor, commonly used by US adolescents and teenagers in America, for the second level of sexual intimacy, which consists of touching the breasts or other erogenous zones.
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First base is working on fielding technique while second base is feeding the shortstop for double plays.
At a cost of around $9000 plus airfares, the Second Base programme may be considered too expensive by some individuals and companies, but Dryden believes it's a small investment considering the difference the programme can make to behaviours and ultimately to the bottom-line.
The stimulus materials for this study were color videotapes, with sound, of 64 simulated force-out plays at second base.
Boston then appeals that Gordon, who was at first base at the start of play and was now on third base, failed to touch second base en route to third.
Lorna Terblanche, Vice President of Passenger Services for FlySafair, said, Our intention has always been to grow our schedule of operations and it makes most sense for us to open a second base and connect all of our current destinations, therefore offering flights from Johannesburg as well as from Cape Town.
Ramirez grabbed the carom barehanded and whipped it to second base - as he does so well - where Dustin Pedroia tagged out Lofton.
When throwing to second base, come out of your stance like an airplane taking off: this will allow you to gain ground and momentum to your target.
He has made 149 career starts at third base, 101 at second base, 68 at shortstop, 14 in left field and two in right field.
In fact, we usually shift all three infielders to the other side of second base.
Outs or base hits to the outfield are returned to the relay man, then to second base where the ball is placed in the bucket and the 10-second count down begins.
4 The Royals' Lorenzo Cain is at the plate with a 2-1 count and one out when Alcides Escobar successfully steals second base on a pitch that Cain swings at and misses.
But San Diego's Terrmel Sledge managed to guide it into right field for a single the Dodgers might remember for a long, long time, easily scoring Khalil Green from second base.