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  • verb Present participle of tee.

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Examples

  • The game commences by a player hitting off from a marked line called the teeing-ground, the ball in the direction of the first hole.

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  • And there will be athletes who want a U.S. title, but are really kind of teeing up for Europe. "

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  • "Democrats aren't taking any chances," Amanpour says, because Obama and Biden have travelled to Delaware to campaign, but I think that's more a product of the White House teeing up at least one slam-dunk for an election season that's going to very unfavorable.

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  • It sort of brought back memories, playing with my dad, long summer nights, teeing off at five and getting in at nine, he said.

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  • "Democrats aren't taking any chances," Amanpour says, because Obama and Biden have travelled to Delaware to campaign, but I think that's more a product of the White House teeing up at least one slam-dunk for an election season that's going to very unfavorable.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • "Democrats aren't taking any chances," Amanpour says, because Obama and Biden have travelled to Delaware to campaign, but I think that's more a product of the White House teeing up at least one slam-dunk for an election season that's going to very unfavorable.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • NBC's nine channels — including SciFi and Weather Channel — will cover Tiger Woods 'group teeing off at 8 a.m.

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  • "Democrats aren't taking any chances," Amanpour says, because Obama and Biden have travelled to Delaware to campaign, but I think that's more a product of the White House teeing up at least one slam-dunk for an election season that's going to very unfavorable.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • That's why someone like Duke, a late bloomer if there ever was one, was teeing off Thursday, knowing he's starting even with all the Woods and Mickelsons of the world.

    Palmer begins Masters with a ceremonial tee shot

  • "Democrats aren't taking any chances," Amanpour says, because Obama and Biden have travelled to Delaware to campaign, but I think that's more a product of the White House teeing up at least one slam-dunk for an election season that's going to very unfavorable.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

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