smatch

smatch

(smætʃ)
n
a less common word for smack1
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We had our own chances first half and the main thing was to smatch their physicality.
Figure 8(a) demonstrates that all the average precision of the seeds found by the SMatch method is equal to 100% approximately under the similar recall rates shown in Figure 8(b) with other methods.
sMATCH WINNERAndrew Johnson calms the Wednesday fans after putting QPR 2-1 up
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Australiawerewellbackedfor theill-fatedthirdODI andMichael Clarke's men have also been nibbled at in the build-up to today 'smatch. Thismarketmove may be explained by England's bowlinginjuries-GraemeSwann and Jade Dernbach will not featureineitherofthelasttwo matcheswhileJamesAnderson has also been struggling with a groinstrain .
The Baggies had until midday today to complete the permanent signings in time for tomorrow ' smatch against Colchester, but have until noon tomorrow for any loan deals.
The agreement involves the provision of warehousing and secondary distribution services for Match and Smatch supermarket chains throughout Hungary.
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Those on motorcycles in the process deliberately smatched the side mirror and windows of a commercial bus on the excuse that the driver of the bus wanted to prove right.