PUNT


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PUNTPeaceful Uses of Nuclear Technology (US/China agreement)
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Our men were already descending the reverse slope to look for that punt which we knew from experience was not always to be found easily.
We did not go into the realm of twilight; we went slap into that punt, where those three old men were fishing.
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Actually it'll be called An Punt Nua and its value will be pegged against a politician's promise, which will make it worthless.
The Buffaloes' only points came in the third quarter when Oregon's Cliff Harris fielded a punt at the 2-yard line, backtracked and was hauled down for a safety.
The tablet describes several sea expeditions to Punt and to a previously unknown site, Bia-Punt.
visit from California to Autzen Stadium, is that their national leader isn't Cliff Harris, who was so highly decorated for his exploits as a punt returner in 2010.
He'll be the tallest punt returner in history,'' USC coach Pete Carroll said of the 6-foot-5 Turner.
Punt snaps are often off target and don't have enough velocity, but can go unnoticed, even by coaches.
The Group continues its progress towards satisfactory financial results, producing the first substantial interim profit before taxation since 1987 - Irish Punt 5.
In OSU's victory over USC, Hekker used the rugby method for a 74-yard punt that rolled into the end zone.
In other words, the Bruins had a punt fake called, but the signal-caller opted out of it because of the formation of Oregon's punt coverage team.