Definitions

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  • proper n. A Czech/Slovak surname

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Examples

  • Fetchko had missed a long field goal at the end of the first half, but this one was dead center and easily cleared the cross bar.

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  • Player of the game: Fetchko, who also boomed a 65-yard punt that pinned Pennsauken deep in its own territory and helped set up the sequence that led to the winning kick.

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  • Bishop Eustace coach Robert Cormier sent Fetchko onto the field for the field-goal try.

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  • Fetchko boomed a 65-yard punt, forcing Pennsauken's Marcus Jones to race back and retrieve the ball at his own 10.

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  • Andrew Spear for The Wall Street Journal Karen Fetchko of Howland, Ohio, held a sign outside an Anti-Senate Bill 5 petition signing in Niles, Ohio, on May 25.

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