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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of ball.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. formed or gathered into a ball.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete form of bald.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Is there someone behind him with his excess scalp skin balled up in a fist?
Gulf residents in particular, Markey said, "don't want this to be downplayed or low-balled, which is to some extent what has happened since that was released."
And I just took my blanket and kind of balled it up and I just buried my head uh, in this -- in this blanket and just literally screamed with -- with this anguish that it's going to be that long.
I got kind of balled up for one minute and thought it was you.
"They came out swinging and it seemed like we kind of balled up when they were swinging and we didn't respond to the punch they threw at us."
But neither turned out to have a queen - they may have "balled" her when they were shifted to a new site; sometimes bees do this if they are alarmed and either think the queen has done something wrong or that they need to protect her like they did when they swarmed away from the original hive: they mass around her, and she suffocates - so most of the bees absconded and in one hive, a laying worker took over and began cranking out drones.
The only other movie I have cried at was the “Curious case of benjamin button” and I balled at that.
But then they came, you know, I realized they had prepared gotcha questions about how I had soft-balled John Kerry, and that's when I think, as I say, the alchemy, the moment takes over and you just go, seriously?
Just hoping that they will make the right choice and not some low balled compromise ... former CA resident
But food for thought, some shuttle assets/materials will have to be scrutinized and moth balled (not government supplus stuff) if not integrated/useable in other current government projects.