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  • n. Plural form of backspin.


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  • The men are moving, coming out of their crouches, and everything submits to the pebble-skip of the ball, to rotations and backspins and airstreams.


  • All day long the kid has been working on the old Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon routine, complete with kicks, punches, and leaping backspins.

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  • PTSD people can get in real backspins with uncontrolled drug use, and that possibility increases if in their minds, they think their doctor justifies drug use for their condition.

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  • Players will be able to perform a range of different strokes through the use of the Move controller, including lobs and backspins.

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  • Five shots off the lead and his day all but done, he goes and backspins an approach on 16 right into the cup.

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  • The rivalry between the two teams was clearly strong and during the game, the tackles sent a couple players into backspins and skidding into the sidelines.

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  • Gary backspins twice, cocks and puts a gentle fifteen-footer to bed.

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  • Gary grips the orb tightly, then backspins it off the blacktop in front of him so that it bounces into his hands.

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  • I'm trying to learn Tomahawks, not backspins (yet).

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  • Concrete and asphalt was certainly not susceptible for backspins and windmills, so cardboard and linoleum were the usual preferred surfaces.

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