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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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- adjective made dirty or foul
- adjective especially of a ship's lines etc
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Yi Jianlain fouled out for the Nets with 3: 40 remaining.
Chris Bosh's dunk got Toronto closer, but Jones was again fouled and made both of his shots for the final margin with 8.4 seconds to go.
Notre Dame's Crystal Erwin fouled out with 4: 59 left, then was called for a technical while walking toward the bench.
Martin fouled out of Game 1 and had five fouls each in Games 2 and 3.
Korver missed a free throw with 21.2 seconds left and Howard grabbed the rebound and was again fouled, hitting 1-of-2 free throws.
Ivan McFarlin fouled out with 15 points and seven rebounds and
With the Orangemen holding a 68-64 lead, Griffin fouled Willie
El-Amin fouled Miller on the inbounds and the Cleveland quard hit both free throws, sealing the victory.
¶City's captain, the Belgian defender Vincent Kompany, was shown a straight red card in the 12th minute for a two-footed challenge that, while technically illegal, was so innocuous that the player he "fouled" - the Portuguese winger Nani, who, everyone knows, would have gone down if there was even a hint of contact - merely stepped over it and turned to try to win back the ball.
When people called fouled, the bank got mad at the messengers.