You would look under the sports part of if it says basketball or football. You can find it somewhere in the almanac for previous years scores of any professional team out here.
Bill Gates scores 580 on the quantitative and 540 on the verbal part.
The white part of Nigerian flag stand for peaces
Football (the sport and the ball) is a noun.
it stand for verb talk
No, as it's not compulsory to do it, on the other hand if football is part of that lesson you are in you do have to take part, in that class :/
A professional football player is paid to be a part of a team that plays the game of football. Any football player has the goal of getting the football through the goal.
if any part of the football is over the chains then the answer is first down
Yes, football is played every part of the year
It's a verb.
It doesn't stand for anything. It is part of a name.
Is a pro football hair considered part of there body if they are out of bounds
If it is a part of the team's traning program, then yes, the football players will be required to talke part in some kind of elliptical training program.
a candle stand is the part that stabilizes the candle from falling over
Stand is a verb. It describes an action. "Stand on the curb and wait for the bus." Stand is also a noun. "Take a stand for what you believe in."
WikiAnswers does not stand for anything; Wiki is the first part of the name (meaning the "Wiki Project") and Answers is the last part of the name (as we're part of the Answers.com corporation)
Div means division and conf means conference. There are 2 conferences, the AFC (American Football conference) and the NFC (National Football Conference). Each conference has a bunch of teams from all over the country. For example the NY Giants are part of the NFC and the NY Jets are part of the AFC. All I know about divisions is that the teams that dont win them go into the wildcard round. That's all I know, SORRY! btw, yes, I AM A GIRL. hope I put some sense into u.
Playing football helps the biceps, triceps, and quadriceps.
It is traditional to stand for the Hallelujah Chorus