Yes as long as no person touches the net as well it's good
It is when the ball touches the net on a serve, but still goes over, in-bounds.
Nothing, the ball is still in, unless the ball hits the antenna. If the ball hits the antenna at any point. The ball is called out.
well, first off the rules are basically the same: 3 touches, line's in, the '2-ball' rule w/the setter is still the same. its more, what's different?:
In badminton, 1. During service if the shuttle touches the tip of the net and still goes to the receivers side, it is a legal service. 2. Anytime after the service if the shuttle touches the net and go to the other side, it is still in play.
Yes, they still sell 16 gb iPod Touches.
The point is still valid, as long as it hit's the opponent's side inside their lines. It doesn't matter if the ball touches the net on the way over.
Yes, of course it does. There are many NYC residents that still get their TV via antenna.
The antenna mast is stripped.
Yes, 2nd generation iPod Touches are still being sold in some places.
Volleyball was invented in 1985 by William G. Morgan. He invented it for his businessmen as a form of entertainment that was still competitive and enjoyable, but not as physically aggressive as basketball and other sports. At the time in was called mintonette, but over the years, the name volleyball was established.
She still flirts, smiles, winks, or touches you.