coaches also have to deal with pushy parents and demanding superiors.
But its coaches and producers are losing an opportunity to really educate the public about the science of weight gain and loss.
Then he was brought to the coaches box, and kept off the sidelines.
They will have been drilled ceaselessly by demanding moms, dads, teachers and coaches.
They almost all start out in youth leagues, where the coaches are usually dads who may have their own dashed dreams.
Till one, the royal grooms were preparing the carriages to convey the royal family and suite,—a long train of coaches.
He brought him to York in one of the coaches, and thence conveyed him to his residence.
Probably 90 per cent of stage coach expenses, whether of capital investment or operation, lies in the coaches, horses and harness.
And even so late as 1835 there were only seven coaches which ran daily.
This soon came, for the coaches, after putting the boys through some recently evolved formations, called on the scrub.
1550s, "large kind of carriage," from Middle French coche (16c.), from German kotsche, from Hungarian kocsi (szekér) "(carriage) of Kocs," village where it was first made. In Hungary, the thing and the name for it date from 15c., and forms are found in most European languages (e.g. Spanish and Portuguese coche, Italian cocchino, Dutch koets). Applied to railway cars 1866, American English. Sense of "economy or tourist class" is from 1949. Meaning "instructor/trainer" is c.1830 Oxford University slang for a tutor who "carries" a student through an exam; athletic sense is 1861.
1610s, "to convey in a coach," from coach (n.). Meaning "to prepare (someone) for an exam" is from 1849. Related: Coached; coaching.