- n. alternative spelling of warm-up.
“` ` I was really concerned about it in warmup, '' Thornton said.”
“Even with that, the temperature will decrease only a miniscule amount - because a majority of the warmup is caused by the sun's higher temperature.”
“` ` I was telling the guys in warmup I felt like I was 31 again, '' said Nolan, signed last summer as an unrestricted free agent.”
“` ` He felt good enough in warmup and wanted to give it a try, '' Islanders coach Ted Nolan said.”
“He scored twice in warmup matches against England and France the same year.”
“` ` For everything McGrattan was chirping in warmup, he got run over by Pat Kaleta.”
“It's amazing to flash a smile in warmup and get applause even for that," Belbin said.”
“The final warmup is a men's exhibition in Melbourne at Kooyong, the former site of the Australian Open.”
“It seemed like in warmup, I was having so much fun — the music, the crowd, the energy, Kwan said.”
“My warmup is a little different and I have to change some things I do before the game.”
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