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follow shot

n.
1. or following shot A shot in a movie in which the camera follows behind or along with a moving subject.
2. Games A follow in billiards.

fol′low shot`


n.
1. Motion Pictures, Television. a traveling shot made as the camera moves along with the subject.
2. Billiards, Pool. a stroke that causes the cue ball to roll forward after striking the object ball.
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Steady hand Moore duly converted the free throw with three seconds remaining to give Mohawks the lead and, with time running out, Reading missed the following shot and with it their chance to turn things around.
Multiple laser shots are fired in sequence, each blasting away a thin layer of material so that the following shot examines a slightly deeper layer.
If you'd like to get your ball to stop a little quicker, have a go at the following shot.
Invitations will be distributed at the following SHOT Show booths: VERSUS, NRA, FNH USA, SureFire, Federal, Leupold Tactical Optics, Stag Arms and Brownells.
LeBron James missed a layup on an isolation play while being guarded by Joakim Noah, and Dwayne Wade's following shot was short at the end.
The following shot of Truman picking up the lantern (see figure 10) frames him rather awkwardly from a low angle between two pillars and uses another zoom in, signaling its status as a "television" shot.
The next shot shows what she is seeing (the Cecafumo landscape), and the following shot returns to her in the act of looking.
8 per cent) which suggests that he is content to use a less pacy, but more accurate first delivery to set up an easy put away with his following shot.
Marcel Jones grabbed the loose ball but couldn't connect on a short following shot in the lane.
One delicate pull over fine leg was a delight but the following shot, when Powell stepped across to off stump and flicked the ball over the legside, was the shot of the day.
The following shot is of Woods putting, and the announcer continues, "and this for yet another birdie.