from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. within the demarcated playing area. Opposite of
out of bounds.
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- adj. between the first and third base lines
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Researching any proposed legislation has the same implications and is unquestionably in-bounds.
But replays showed that Manningham's feet came down clearly in-bounds at the 50-yard-line.
It wasn't an easy end to the game: Nursing a one-point lead, Bill Walker bobbled Billups's in-bounds pass.
Mr. Stoudemire stared at Toronto in-bounds passer Linas Kleiza and screamed "Oh yeah!"
Giants 13 49ers 12, 2:25 3rd quarter For once, New York do manage to emerge from the red zone with more than a field goal, Manning floating the ball perfectly over Culliver and into the hands of Mario Manningham, who drags both feet down in-bounds for the score.
That said, Manning was once again to avoid an interception a few plays earlier, as Goldson snared a pass intended for Nicks but couldn't quite get both feet down in-bounds.
Giants 22 Cowboys 34 - 3.14 4th Quarter: Manning connects on a 24-yard throw to Nicks on the 7-yard line, takes the catch, keeps his feet in-bounds, and then MAnning connects with Ballard who catches on the line and a touchdown is awarded.
Chicago held a three-point lead with 16.6 seconds remaining in regulation but allowed Boston's Ray Allen to shake free off a screen on an in-bounds play and nail a three-point jumper to tie the game at 96.
With 6:30 left the fourth quarter, as Quentin Richardson dribbled up and down the left side of the court, Anthony poked the ball away and forced an in-bounds with one second left, creating a missed shot.
Jordy Nelson made an outrageous catch on the play before last, twisting back to snare a pass at its highest point and somehow managing to get both feet down in-bounds even as he was being shoved out by Blackmon.
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