Huffing and puffing and running your bodies into each other on the football field is not a that big of a problem, because they’re usually playing outdoors, and the close contact of a tackle is relatively quick. Bait, about the size of small dog biscuits, can be purchased from a coastal feed, hardware, or tackle store.
So, he lines up across Pittsburgh Steelers, nose tackle, twice a year. Also, among top NFL opt-outs where guard Larry Warlord, who’s been named to the Pro Bowl three years running, and Nate Solder, one of the best offensive tackle s of the past decade.
But there was still a paper to get out in Washington, and I went there late in the afternoon to tackle the dismal job. It was inspiration enough to help us tackle the usually dreaded summer to fall wardrobe transition.
India has little or nothing to contribute to American efforts to tackle the crises in Gaza, Ukraine, Syria, and Iraq. Directed by Michael Dowse, What If, in select theaters Aug. 8, sees Radcliffe tackle his most “adult” role to date: room lead.
It is an ill look-out for the cycle mechanic who is not prepared to tackle the new problems that will arise. A quartermaster, summoned from the forecastle, hoisted a block and tackle to a derrick.
Society, official and unofficial, kept rather strictly to their tackle ; their mode of movement not that of loose oxen at all! Looking back, I saw Playoff slowly rise to the pull of the tackle until he was upright with his feet just touching the floor.
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(often taKAL) Nautical A system of ropes and blocks for raising and lowering weights of rigging and pulleys for applying tension. The act of stopping an opposing player carrying the ball, especially by forcing the opponent to the ground, as in football or Rugby.
The act of obstructing a player in order to cause loss of possession of the ball, as in soccer. One of two offensive linemen positioned between the guard and the end on either side of the ball.
One of two defensive linemen positioned to the inside of either end. To engage or deal with: tackle a perplexing problem.
5. either of the linemen stationed between a guard and an end in football. Copyright 2005, 1997, 1991 by Random House, Inc. All rights reserved.
Noun Things needed for a task, journey, or other purpose: accouterments (often used in plural), apparatus, equipment, gear, material (used in plural), material, outfit, paraphernalia, rig, thing (used in plural), turnout. Copyright © 2013, 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
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'Take care,' said Mr Millet, not at all grateful for the compliment, 'that I don't tackle you, sir, which I shall certainly endeavor to do, if you interrupt me when I'm making observations.-- That chap, I was a saying, though he has all his faculties about him, somewhere's or another, bottled up and corked down, has no more imagination than Barnaby has. He slipped it through a loop of rope at the dory's bow, caught Dan's tackle, hooked it to the stern-becket, and clambered into the schooner. S'pose we tackle that old dead-limb tree on the hill t'other side of Still-House branch? “There was nothing he dared not tackle, and, when he gave up an animal, the last word was said. Happily, the Rector was at home, and his visitor was shown into the study, where all the fishing tackle hung. In the first place, the enormous cutting tackles, among other ponderous things comprising a cluster of blocks generally painted green, and which no single man can possibly lift --this vast bunch of grapes was swayed up to the main-top and firmly lashed to the lower mast-head, the strongest point anywhere above a ship's deck.