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This makes it considerably more difficult for the opposing team to score.



By punting the ball down the field the punting team can ensure the opposing team will start their possession much further from the.



Punting on the lower river below is not normally allowed.



In June 2012, gave the go-ahead to introduce punting on the.



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In , it is possible to punt on the Avon from the town centre.


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Punters wishing to move from one level to the other drag their punts between the levels via a with rollers.







If it does stick, let it go and use the paddle to bring the punt back to it.

The Spreewald region is known for its traditional irrigation system, with more than 200 small canals within the 484 km 2 187 sq mi area.


Description: Therefore, any punt that is kicked beyond the line of scrimmage will result in a loss of 10 yards from the spot of the kick.

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    punt ( pสŒnt) vb (Gambling, except Cards) ( intr) to gamble; bet n 1. (Gambling, except Cards) a gamble or bet, esp against the bank, as in roulette, or on horses 2. (Gambling, except Cards) Also called: punter a person who bets 3. take a punt at informal Austral and NZ to have an attempt or try at (something)
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    punt1 / ( pสŒnt) / noun an open flat-bottomed boat with square ends, propelled by a poleSee quant 1 verb to propel (a boat, esp a punt) by pushing with a pole on the bottom of a river, etc Word Origin for punt Old English punt shallow boat, from Latin pontล punt, pontoon 1 British Dictionary definitions for punt (2 of 4) punt2 / ( pสŒnt) / noun
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    punt noun [C] (KICK) a way of kicking the ball in rugby or football, by dropping it from your hands and kicking it before it hits the ground, or a powerful kick in soccer that causes the ball to go a long way SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases punt noun [C] (RISK) take a punt on sth
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    Punt definition, a kick in which the ball is dropped and then kicked before it touches the ground. See more.
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    punt: [verb] To make a mistake or fail, esp. when playing a game. I totally punted that last play.
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