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 yor der

  • n  (used only in combinations) the height or length of something in yards
    the golfer hit a 300-yarder to the green
  • n  a winch (or system of winches) powered by an engine and used to haul logs from a stump to a landing or to a skid road

  • Two weeks later, he made sure there would be no first-ever extra period in the Super Bowl when his 48-yarder sailed through the uprights with no time remaining.
  • During the drive Rypien completed four of seven passes, the last of which was a 30-yarder that landed softly on the outstretched gloves of Clark as he sailed past cornerback James .
  • The Game: Though he missed three extra points and 60% of his field goals during the '58 season, and had a 27-yarder blocked in the first quarter, the second-year player from .
News & Articles

  • Sights and sounds from Miami Dolphins’ training camp
    Kicker Dan Carpenter was given all four field-goal attempts during Tuesday’s practice and made three of them. He kicked a 52-yarder but came up well short on one from 54 yards. Carpenter is now 12?for?14 in training camp during practice sessions that have been open to the public and media.
    July 24, 2013 - Miami Herald
Quotes

  • Kris Brown in USA Today
    I actually thought it was going to be another 54-yarder,Brown said. "I knew it was going to be a fairly long kick. I told myself to ...... make it a good kick, and let's go home."
  • Sebastian Janikowski in San Jose Mercury News
    It doesn't matter whether it's a 20-yarder or a 76-yarder-my process and thoughts, everything's the same,Janikowski said. "It's the same routine. That one you just have to swing a little bit harder, I guess, but I didn't hit it right and...
  • Ryan Longwell in WCCO
    It's certainly not the big huge deal that it was when you were a rookie and trying to show you belong,Longwell said. "At the same time, every kick is important. Whether it's that 22-yarder or that 54-yarder, you have to approach it the...

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