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.
He punted us over, then shouldered the oar again and waited till our men were at some distance before he offered me his arm.
We did not go into the realm of twilight; we went slap into that punt, where those three old men were fishing.
Yellow-bellied ore-flats and Ungava petrol-tanks punted down leisurely out of the north, like strings of unfrightened wild duck.
Tom's respect increased as he struggled to make out his friend's technicalities, and the other set to work to explain the mysteries of "off your side," "drop-kicks," "punts," "places," and the other intricacies of the great science of football.
"They have taken to a boat here." Several small punts and skiffs were lying about in the water and on the edge of the wharf.
Poll every special teams coordinator in the country, and the consensus will be that the punt team is the most important of their responsibilities, first among equals.
Baugher had a 29-yard punt, which was downed at the 11, in the third quarter after a Patriots' drive stalled at the Tennessee 40.
In addition, this comprehensive guide presents detailed technique instruction for kickers, punters, long snappers, field goal and extra point kickers and holders, kickoff and punt returners, and other specialized positions related to the kicking game.
But in 1979 the link with Britain was finally broken and the punt was traded and at a different value to the pound sterling.
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.
There is no "punt" section in the high-school rule book.