diag.

diag.

abbreviation for
diagram
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Dawlat Khan Zadran, the provincial police chief, said five rockets, two machine guns, 24 Kalashnikov assault rifles, 20 guns, 300 kilograms of a banned fertiliser and ammunitions had been surrendered to DIAG.
In Diag. 5, 01 dribbles towards 02 in the usual manner.
He recalled on participants to convince the illegally armed people to hand over their illegal weapons to DIAG.
Talladega's Magnum Defensive Package presents a 4-3 look (Diag. 1) with variations consisting of one front, two coverages, and six blitzes.
In a 4-3 defense the Mike (middle) backer will be in strong A gap, the Sam (strong) backer will be in strong C gap, and the Will (weak) backer will be in Weak B gap (Diag. 1).
Instead of calling Strong (Diag. II), we can call Strong Shade (Diag.
We number our holes between and outside the offensive linemen (Diag. 1).
The defense will now be quickly outnumbered in the scoring area (Diag. 2).
The first (Diag. 1) is a simple double option, often called the Speed Option.
In Diag. 2, 4 comes up the lane to set a back screen at the elbow.
Diag. 1 illustrates the underneath zones to be defended.
The defenders (X1 and X2) guarding the front-line players in Diag. 1, and defenders X1, X3 and X2 in Diag.