from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not displaying the qualities or behavior befitting a good sport.
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- adj. violating the accepted standards of sportsmanship
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- adj. violating accepted standards or rules
Penalties Back to top Period Team Time Player Type Level 1st period OTT 1: 44 Brendan Bell tripping minor TB 2: 37 Evgeny Artyukhin unsportsmanlike-conduct minor OTT 2: 37 Shean Donovan unsportsmanlike-conduct minor TB 4: 02 Noah Welch hooking minor TB 8: 36 Evgeny Artyukhin
(served by Johnny Pohl) unsportsmanlike-conduct minor TOR 4: 29 Mats Sundin unsportsmanlike-conduct minor FLA 6: 55 Bryan Allen tripping minor TOR 9: 42 Hal Gill roughing minor FLA 9: 42 Steve Montador roughing minor FLA 12: 08 Chris Gratton hooking minor FLA 13: 17 Branislav Mezei holding minor
Busch was also placed on probation through Dec. 31 - the same day as his wedding - for what NASCAR called unsportsmanlike conduct in Sunday's race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Busch was also placed on probation through Dec. 31 -- the same day as his wedding -- for what NASCAR called unsportsmanlike conduct in Sunday's race at Texas Motor Speedway.
NASCAR called unsportsmanlike conduct in Sunday's race at Texas Motor Speedway.
Let's go with unsportsmanlike, which is why I found my 38-year-old body leaping smack into the stage behind the basket at old Sierra Mountain School, with hopes of saving my ill-advised wayward buzzer beater that had beaten the buzzer all too early and was now bouncing out of bounds.
The crew discussed the play, called unsportsmanlike conduct following a dead ball, and marked it off to the 10-yard line, Bobcats 'ball.
I think it is a shame that there were other "unsportsmanlike" men out there - but they will always be there, and luckily as shown by this blog, they are the minority.
But to be "unsportsmanlike" is the unpardonable sin.
McGinnis called "unsportsmanlike"; then gently and kindly as it felt the hand of the master, the head of the bolt began to turn, until at length the workman was satisfied.
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