Punt

To wager on the outcome of a race.
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Punt

(also known as God's Land) source of aromatic resins for funery rites, likely in the area of modern Ethiopia and Eitriea
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punt

(from the article `football, gridiron`) ...until it scores or until the defense gains possession of the ball by recovering a fumble or intercepting a pass. Failing to make a first down, the ...
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punt

[n] - an open flat-bottomed boat used in shallow waters and propelled by a long pole 2. [n] - (football) kicking in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground 3. [v] - kick the ball 4. [v] - propel with a pole
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Punt

• (v. i.) To punt a football. • (v. i.) To boat or hunt in a punt. • (v. i.) To play at basset, baccara, faro. or omber; to gamble. • (n.) A flat-bottomed boat with square ends. It is adapted for use in shallow waters. • (n.) Act of playing at basset, baccara, faro, etc. • (n.) The act of punting the ball. • (v. t...
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punt

punting noun (football) a kick in which the football is dropped from the hands and kicked before it touches the ground; `the punt traveled 50 yards`; `punting is an important part of the game`
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Punt

[Australian football] The punt kick is a common style of kicking in football games. It is a kick where the ball is dropped from the players` hands and kicked before the ball hits the ground. It is used in many football codes. It is the primary means of moving the ball around in Australian rules football and is similar to punts used tactical...
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Punt

[boat] A punt is a flat-bottomed boat with a square-cut bow, designed for use in small rivers or other shallow water. Punting refers to boating in a punt. The punter generally propels the punt by pushing against the river bed with a pole. A punt should not be confused with a gondola, which is propelled by an oar rather than a pole. Punts we...
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Punt

[gridiron football] In American and Canadian football, the ball is punted downfield to the opposing team, usually on the final down, with the hope of giving the receiving team a field position that is more advantageous to the kicking team when possession changes. The team in possession of the ball will typically punt the ball to the opposin...
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Punt

Punt intransitive verb [ French ponter , or Italian puntare , from Latin punctum point. See Point .] To play at basset, baccara, faro. or omber; to gamble. « She heard . . . of his punting at gaming tables.» Thackeray.
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Punt

Punt noun Act of playing at basset, baccara, faro, etc.
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Punt

Punt transitive verb 1. To propel, as a boat in shallow water, by pushing with a pole against the bottom; to push or propel (anything) with exertion. Livingstone. 2. (Football) To kick (the ball) before it touches the ground, when let fall from the hands.
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punt

a kick in which the ball is dropped and kicked before it reaches the ground. Used to give up the ball to the opposition after offensive downs have been used, as far down the field as possible.
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Punt

A kick in which the ball is dropped and kicked before it reaches the ground. Used to give up the bal
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Punt

A kick technique where the ball is dropped and kicked before it touches the ground.
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Punt

A kicked ball which transfers possession of the ball to the other team. If a team is in their own territory on fourth down and needs several yards to gain a first down, it is advisable to punt the ball away to pin the other team back in their own territory.
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Punt

A punt is a rectangular flat-bottomed boat used for fishing and shooting in shallow waters. The most common method of propulsion is by pushing with a pole against the bottom of the river, a process known as punting.
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punt

a small, wooden, round-bottomed, open boat typically used in the inshore fishery. Usually less than 25 feet in length, they are smaller than skiffs and can be powered by oars, sails or engines.
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PUNT

A useful way of measuring the sophistication of a soccer crowd is to listen to their reaction to a long punt by the goalkeeper. If they ooh! and aah! as the ball arcs downfield for 40 or 50 yards, chances are that they don't know too much about soccer. A long punt, assessed by football criteria, is impressive. By soccer standards it is next to usel...
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Punt

An area in eastern Africa to which Egypt sent trading expeditions. The exact location of Punt is unknown. The famous expedition sent to Punt by Hatshepsut is illustrated on the walls of her temple at Deir el-Bahari.
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Punt

Another term for bet or wager.
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Punt

Apparently a region in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia and/or southern Arabia. At times identified with God's Land.
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Punt

English name for the indentation at the bottom of a wine or sparkling wine bottle, the French call this Culot de Bouteille . The name (do dt) derived from them, because when stacking the bottle Bottom of the bottle the one with the neck of another bottle collides. See under Bottom of the bottle .
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Punt

in ancient Egyptian and Greek geography, the southern coast of the Red Sea and adjacent coasts of the Gulf of Aden, corresponding to modern coastal ... [1 related articles]
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Punt

Is the Irish Currency or Irish Pound.
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