But questionable defense and lack of explosiveness and lateral quickness may cause Fredette to "fredette about it."
A lateral move in the offing provides opportunity to trailblaze new frontiers under existing career auspice.
lateral Squats - For this variation, you step to the side as your do your squats.
The lateral division arose from the lower rim of the temporal opening and from the bones beneath.
The results are not better than those of the lateral operation.
The separation from the hypoblast of two lateral masses of mesoblast has already been described.
Norris had crossed the road again and was standing on the edge of the lateral.
By doing this the lateral branches will start near the ground and be stiff enough to withstand the winds.
The only point was to find out where the hold-up left the lateral.
Sometimes they descended sharply into some lateral ravine cut by a stream, and climbed up the other side.
early 15c., from Middle French latéral and directly from Latin lateralis "belonging to the side," from latus (genitive lateris) "side" (see oblate (n.)). As a noun, from 1630s, "a side part." As a type of pass to the side in U.S. football, it is attested from 1934. Related: Laterally.
lateral lat·er·al (lāt'ər-əl)
Relating to or situated at or on the side.
Situated or extending away from the median plane of the body.
Relating to the left or right lateral region of the abdomen.