route one


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route one

n
soccer
a. a style of play involving long high kicks towards a central striker
b. (as modifier): route-one tactics.
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Prospect Coaches (West) in High Street is a finalist in the medium coach operator (16 to 50 vehicles) category in the route one Awards.
Weekend: Premier Division: Britannia Sports 1 Route One Rovers 7, Lower Hopton 2 Littletown 3, Salts 1 Lepton Highlanders 0, Wakefield City 0 Steeton 3.
However, like route one connecting Birmingham to Wolverhampton, the new route will replace a former rail line that should never have closed in the first place.
On Route One in southern Kent County, springtime road construction will commence soon.
[UKPRwire, Fri Aug 07 2015] Fashion Adore, a new online store where you can find the newest fashion and beauty items, announces a new partnership with Route One, the UK's premier destination for Streetwear and Action Sports, stocking over 300 premium brands.
CALUM WOODS admits Preston may have to take a route one approach on Bradford's treacherous pitch.
"They can play good football, they can go route one if they want and they're dangerous on set-plays.
Route one is associated with another time and another era when belting the ball up to a target man seemed the sum total of attacking tactics for too many English teams.
After switching ends, the Tigers came out a lot brighter, and the goal which eventually separated the teams was pure route one football as a well weighted pass out from the back was met with a sublime touch to leave Teddy Pearson one-on-one with the keeper, and he didn't disappoint the home fans.
The first trip on route one starts at 8am from Dubai Creek and reaches the Open Beach at 9:45am, and it kicks off in the return trip at 12:30pm and reaches back to Dubai Creek at 2pm.
Travel de Courcey was named Medium Bus Operator of the Year and its general manager Bob Wildman was awarded Bus Manager of the Year at the Route One Operator Excellence Awards.