point after point after


  • (n) in American football a point awarded for a successful place kick following a touchdown


  1. At one point after the Moroccans had decided to get rid of Ben Barka, Oufkir asked Mossad to obtain some poison for him.
  2. There's a point after the industrial period where it seems like humanity's finally going to make it right.
  3. Up the narrow white street of the tape they paraded, left foot, right foot; point after point, up went steels, up went rails, up went sterling.


  • Making a case for Kansas City’s defense

    Inevitably, at some point after every game, the Royals’ starting pitcher will make an extra effort to praise the club’s defense. The most traditional of defensive stats reflect little of this.
    on June 15, 2013     Source: The Kansas City Star

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