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ground game

n
(Hunting) Brit game animals, such as hares or deer, found on the earth's surface: distinguished from game birds
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In addition, Northern expects to add an additional 3 - 5 net wells during the year through its ground game acquisition strategy, for a total of 36 - 39 total net wells added to production during 2019.
But if you're not still just a bit worried about the Bears' ground game, you had best be sure you're not being overly optimistic.
A brazilian black belt in jiu jitsu, the Australian has a lethal ground game with seven of his 12 wins coming by submission.
Whatever other problems they have, Labour's ground game is shaping up.
He went to his ground game and caught Gustafsson in a bind in the fourth to snatch the win.
Lee's ground game turned out to be too much for Alo as the South Korean kept the Filipino at bay after a takedown en route to the unanimous decision win.
"Having the game was important for us because, although we have had a busy schedule and we've got a busy schedule ahead which means people will question the value of adding a training ground game, the reality is that are back to more or less full health so we have got a lot of players who need to get minutes under their belts," said Ross, who saw a strong line-up run out 3-0 winners.
While the passing game has had its occasional bright spots, the ground game is (http://www.nfl.com/teams/oaklandraiders/statistics?team=OAK) No.
Truly, it never went easy for the Filipino as his foe threatened to capitalize on his feared ground game.
Our last and current fiscal years have been focused on a deliberate ground game in marketing our flagship CMA credential with print, online, and video media campaigns.