spreadeagled


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spreadeagled

spread-eagled [ˌsprɛdˈiːgəld] adjétendu(e) bras et jambes écartés
to be spreadeagled, to lie spreadeagled → être étendu(e) bras et jambes écartésspread out adj (= scattered) → dispersé(e)
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It was a sight to see the professionals bowling like demons for the hard cash, for whenever a stump was hit a pound was tossed to the bowler and another balanced in its stead, while one man took #3 with a ball that spreadeagled the wicket.
Ireland lost CJ Stander to a red card midway through the first half following a horror challenge that left Springbok flyhalf Pat Lambie spreadeagled.
In another snap on Instagram the mum of four lies spreadeagled across a chair and jokes "Jet lag How many presentations in one day?
She is seven strokes adrift of leader Emile Pedersen who spreadeagled the field yesterday with a sensational 64.
In other photos, Del Rey is shown covering her private parts with a net curtain, posing seductively in a figure-hugging white basque, spreadeagled on rocks wearing an elegant black gown and towering heels, and sitting in a chair while a man gropes her breasts.
PAUL YOUNG, who has an exemplary record of 11 runners in just six Bags/SIS 500 finals at Romford, became only the third trainer to record a hat-trick of titles in the event when his Barefield Blue (3-1) spreadeagled the field in yesterday's pounds 500 decider.
They spreadeagled the field thanks to two double-priced winners, Overturn (14/1) and Summer Dancer (14/1), among their six winners to end the campaign with a profit of pounds 32.
A MAN'S body has been found spreadeagled in the road yards from Sir Winston Churchill's birthplace.
Ruby Walsh partnered a record-breaking sixth winner as American Trilogy spreadeagled the field in the Vincent O'Brien County Hurdle.
The parachutist slithered several feet down the steep root ot the house ending up spreadeagled near the gutter.
COVENTRY'S Scott Hazell enjoyed a winning end to the eight-race East Midlands Grand Prix road race series as he spreadeagled a 400- plus field in the Milton Keynes 10km.
IT was ladies first in the big sprint at York as apprentice Adele Rothbury aboard Masta Plasta spreadeagled a competitive field.