Actually, it's called a shuttlecock.
Shuttlecock is a slightly more outdated term for this object that comes from the original source of the feathers, which used to come from chickens or roosters.
SQUASH, HANDBALL, GOODMINTON, and BATTLEDORE AND SHUTTLECOCK all preceded THE GAME WE NOW CALL BADMINTON.
In 'Pro' Shuttlecock or Badminton games there would be an umpire or service judge to 'call' or make the final decision as to whether the shuttlecock fell inside our outside of the court.
The umpire can use her discretion when deciding whether to overrule any call made by a line judge or service judge. The line judges call the shuttlecock "in" or "out," and the service judge calls any service faults committed by the players.
because you can drive at sixteen and that normally means you get a car.
I believe it was simply that there were just better mintons out there and badminton was necessarily BAD but it was just easier to call it that and be done with it.
A sixteen sided polygon is a hexadecagon.
Badminton in means of physical reflexes, Call of Duty in means of mental and viewing reflexes.
The role of a lines judge in badminton is to help players call ins or outs and sometimes keep scores for them as well. They also call illegal serves and double hits
A Badminton Birdie
16 years of age. I think that may be why they call it a sweet sixteen.
You must call Browning.
A feather bedder
The common term is 'a quill'
You answered your own question. They're called points.
You will have to call Browning with the sn to find out.
Officials call if a bird is out of bounds, to keep score, make sure players follow rules and make sure serves are legal.
You will have to call Browning