Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In foot-ball, a drop kick, punt, or place kick made by a player of that side which has made a safety or a touch-back: it is the method of again putting the ball in play.

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Examples

  • "Auto-call" products, also known as "kick-out" plans, run for a fixed number of years, paying out early if certain conditions are met.

    The Structured Promise

  • This is a kick-out plan that offers a positive return of up to 51% even if markets fall by 50%.

    The Structured Promise

  • They can do things like back anti-gay marriage amendments, kick-out foster kids and fight condom use to prevent HIV/AIDS.

    Waymon Hudson: Catholic Church Chooses Discrimination Over Charity In Illinois

  • Make all inmates pay for the a comondition! the ones who cannot pay! let them repair our roads under guard, control welfare! kick-out the joy riders!

    Cash-poor California turns to IOUs

  • ` ` We have a nice blend of power, inside scoring, guys who can run, quickness on the perimeter to break you down, guys who can shoot off the kick-out, '' Self said.

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  • If the stock's market price continues to gain, investors can pocket a hefty return; usually, the contracts include a kick-out feature that causes the contract to expire if shares rise above a certain level.

    Accumulators Are Collecting Fans Again

  • He was anointed to lead and bring down and completely kick-out the remaining GOP in Washington D.C. this November.

    The Anointed

  • Smith drew a defensive pass interference penalty on the first play, then his kick-out block freed Emmanuel Moody for a 48-yard run to the Washington State 36.

    USATODAY.com - College Football - Southern Cal vs. Washington St.

  • Keeps his shoulders square in lateral movements and can easily knife under the kick-out blocks to come off and make the plays behind the line of scrimmage.

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  • Has a good kick-out and pass set, showing a better hand punch and good extension as he will sit down and not overextend, so he can mirror and block the wide rusher in pass protection.

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