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- n. any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal
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They smoked tobacco and played a football game called bato, in which both men and women joined.
After a Santa Ana JC football game with my stepdad John, my father Wally, and Christine; with Kevin and Michelle in front.
I also spent part of Saturday watching a college football game between the University of Alabama and Louisiana State University at LSU, which I discovered happened to be the home stadium of the Tigers.
They attempted to make a goal-keeper of him in a football game between two teams of pain-driven and pain-bitten mongrels.
Honest John was long an exhibit at the University museum and livened many a football game as mascot of the University’s Blue Crushers.
Humankind’s first direct sojourn onto the surface of the Moon was over in less time than it took to watch a football game or Broadway play.
I like to imagine that if Peter Hatcher’s younger brother made it to his teen years, he’d be just like Matt police visit at age thirteen for joyriding in a girl’s car, kegger party at age fifteen, brawl outside homecoming football game at age seventeen.