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- v. Present participle of lateral.
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I realize it had not nearly hit bottom, but there were already pretty strong signs - at a law firm, you can tell because suddenly nobody is lateralling out and a higher percentage of post-summer offers are being accepted.
The only thing that Watts was a professional at, was hiding the ball or lateralling it at the very last second to a trailing back.
Not like, what, 1982 when Cal/Stanford did the same thing but that came out good for the team that was lateralling.
Please take note of the generosity of spirit here, a senior correspondent such as Russert lateralling a question to one of his colleagues.
The Hornets closed to within 29-18 at halftime with the help of a nifty play, with Librizzi passing to Pat Nee over the middle and Nee lateralling to McCrea as he cut across the middle from the other direction.
The second came with him lateralling the pill when he should not have been.