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- n. The first-choice lineup of players in a team who start the game.
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- n. a team representing a college or university
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Dazzled by gilt cherubs, silver photo frames, onyx, and marble, they followed Julie through the spacious hall into a kitchen that could comfortably have contained the entire Sheffield United first team squad.
The other thing was that it would not have mattered quite so much if she had kept her in, but this particular Tuesday was the day of the semi-final of the Schools Netball League, and the first team attacking centre was absent with a broken arm, consequently the girl Cartnell had been chosen by Miss Camden to fill the vacant position.
The Henryk was fast, and she would be in position to drop the first team in less than four days.
At that moment a series of bright flashes syncopated to hard pops lit off in the basement of the house, as the first team of intruders had gotten their flash-bangs into the area where the yaks were.
He sent his first team in from the air—they went in fast, ziplining down drop-ropes suspended from a hovering Super Stallion direct to the top tier of the dry falls, bypassing the paths.
The Cranes, the Cranes, the first team in the Bull Court.