American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An amount or length measured in yards.
- n. Cloth sold by the yard.
- n. The use of a livestock yard at a station in transporting cattle by railroad.
- n. A fee paid for such usage.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Measurement or amount in yards.
- n. Yard-price.
- n. The use or convenience of a yard or inclosure, as in receiving, lading, or unlading cattle, etc., from railroad-cars.
- n. The charge made for such use or convenience.
- n. In coal-mining, cutting coal at so much per yard or fathom.
- n. distance measured in the aggregate number of yards
“You will soon get use these settings and will be able to tell if the yardage is a little less or greater.”
“This season, Rams tight ends caught most of their passes in short yardage, which is part of their job.”
“No Redskins player disrespects Blache's '09 defensive scheme, especially since, in yardage stats, it's still far ahead of this year's crew.”
“Perhaps the play that turned the game most dramatically toward the Redskins was made by a defense that was ultra-violent all day long, dealing out two concussions and other gasp-provoking licks, even though it allowed the Eagles to lead in yardage, 353-293.”
“Hansen is considered a more dangerous quarterback because of his ability to scramble or gain yardage off designed runs.”
“AP Texas A & M running back Christine Michael tries to gain yardage as Missouri defender Brad Madison reaches for him during the first half of the No. 21 Tigers '30-9 victory in College Station, Texas.”
“Free-agent acquisition T.J. Houshmandzadeh arrives from Cincinnati to boost a receiving unit led in yardage last season by a tight end.”
“But he's leading the league in yardage, so that's something we got to do to stop them from getting up on our safeties.”
“Mind you, that yardage is from the back tees, so only the top players generally play the course at that yardage.”
“I set everything up at a local archery range where yardage is marked on a level course.”
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to cepstrumize a word is to reverse its 1st 4 characters in the way that "cepstrum" was derived from "spectrum" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cepstrum...
List of fees, tolls, surcharges - stupid, disingenuous, predatory, or otherwise - that are levied by governments, banks, phone companies and businesses against citizens, customers, and consumers.
Nowhere else to put these yet.
does what it says on the tin, and is severely needed.
I so desperately want a craft room.
Looking for tweets for yardage.