- n. Plural form of kicker.
“The only reason for the big kickers is if they might eat or stomp you.”
“If you withdraw the economic stimulus package too soon, it says, the recovery that we are just beginning to see in the form of highest-ever car sales, the return of Rs 1 crore plus apartments or even medium-term kickers from investments in infrastructure may end.”
“The kickers is that it was him I failed to yeild to (it was night and I couldn’t tell).”
“Dallas lost twice by three points and had a one-point loss, and the kickers were a combined 20-of-28 on field goals with four misses under 40 yards.”
“Everybody has their weakness, and obviously the kickers are the weakness for that club.”
“The kickers are the cost of gas (about $9 per gallon) and highway tolls.”
“Last year we kept two kickers, which is a little unusual as far as the league is concerrned.”
“His return team gave us the field position that got us points before the half, and our kickers are the best unit in the league, but don't worry about that.”
“The publisher describes it as, a gigantic game of American Idol where, 'Tech-head' flaunt their latest gadgets, 'kickers' spread gossip and trends, and 'surge monkeys' are hooked on extreme plastic surgery.”
“The result is that courts have distorted the reasonable royalty measure in various ways, adding "kickers" to increase damages, artificially raising the reasonable royalty rate, or importing inapposite concepts like the "entire market value rule" in an effort to compensate patent owners whose real remedy probably should have been in the lost profits category.”
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