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  • ` ` Niko threw me a half-pass, half-shot, and I was just trying to tip it, '' Hossa said.

    USATODAY.com - Hockey - Atlanta vs. N.Y. Islanders

  • After a springy trot that loosened up the horse, they tried some fancy hoofwork: the half-pass, in which the horse moves diagonally across the field, feet crossing and uncrossing in a sort of four-legged Electric Slide.

    Comeback Kid:

  • When at last the lights of the lodge at the gate of Wedeling gleamed out through the trees, it was half-pass three, and a wet spring snow was falling softly.

    Long Live the King!

  • Grade IV riders need big-moving, well-behaved Prix St. Georges horses with the training and ability to perform simple changes, walk pirouettes, half-pass trot and canter, and collected, medium, and extended canter.

    TheHorse.com News

  • Don't "half-pass" a bike, move right, and clothes line him with your SUV mirror.

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  • The Indian standing next to him knew that he was bound to say something in English, and he would sing out something like the following: — “Poss number half-pass five cents — go to — —!

    The Great Salt Lake Trail

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