But a smash at the centre was hurled back and on the next play she was caught holding and penalised.
In other words, these innocent and innocuous marks are regarded as defects and penalised accordingly.
Harris failed to gain through Claflin's left tackle and Brimfield was penalised fifteen yards for holding.
If once a national system sufficient for destitution was inaugurated, the man who will not work could be penalised.
One woman only picked oakum all day; she was the one who was penalised.
At the latter part of this period, narrow wheels were penalised more heavily than broad wheels.
Once again, as in the eighteenth century, Ireland would be penalised for being a poor and "sweated" country.
It penalised women for staying in the home, which most men agree is women's only legitimate sphere of action.
One after another Irish industries were penalised and crippled by being forbidden all part in the export trade.
Only those sheets which are "found in the defendant's possession" are penalised.